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HARRIS D. COPENHAVER, JR., Co-Editor 
CARL SCHUMACHER, JR., Co-Editor 
THOMAS L. WILLIAMS, Business Manager 




PUBLISHED A N N U ALLY BY T H E STUDENTS OF TULANE 




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SEPTEMBER 

Sept. 15, 16, 17 — Registration — final total 6,566 — less veterans, but 
still a good crowd . . . Sept. 20— HULLABALOO, under the Editor- 
ship of Phil Harsham was given All-Annerican rating for the second 
straight year . . . Sept. 24^Campus Night show one of the best in 
years — Orchids to "Footsie" Holbrook, 1948-49 Chairman . . . Sept. 
25 — Sreenies open football season with 'Bama and win in a thriller, 
21-14 . . . Sept. 27 — Students begin asking about 1947-48 Jambs — 
referred to Steve Ellis . . . Sept. 28 — Publications Board selects Tom 
L. Williams as Business Manager for this Yearbook . . . 







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OCTOBER 

Oct- 2 — Green Wave [ourneys to Atlanta, plays conservative ball, and drops a heart-breaker 
to Ga. Tech, 13-7 .. . Oct. 3 — Begin taking photos for Jambs — not many show up the first 
week . . . Oct. 5 — Ed Martin, former Jamb Editor, appointed Editor of the Tulanian . . . Oct. 9 
— In a game marred by "beaucoup penalties" Tulane downed South Carolina, 14-0 — should have 
been more . . . Oct. 16 — The Green Wave, playing inspired ball, defeat a favored "Ole Miss- 
Barney Poole" team 20-7 . . . Oct. 18 — '48 Jambs arrive — Copenhaver and Schumacher begin 
distribution . . . Oct. 18 — The TUT-Little Theatre present their first performance of year — J. B. 
Priestley's "An Inspector Calls"— not up to par . . . Oct. 21— Senator Glen Taylor speaks at Mc- 
Alister and actually garners a few votes . . . Oct. 23 — Tulane defeats Auburn unimpressively, 21- 
6 — George Kinek is only bright spot of game . . . Oct. 25 — Homecoming Festivities start off 
with Radio Jamboree program . . . Oct. 27 — Dixiecrats put W. H. "Little Eva" Talbot and John 




U. Barr on stand to explain States Rights to the students . . . Oct. 28 — "The Mikado" opens at Dixon Hall and proves to be highly 
entertaining . . . Oct. 29 — Students stage big "Pep Rally" and "Shirtail Parade" downtown on eve of Homecoming football game 
. . . Oct. 30 — Greenies down Miss. State, 9-0, in a tight defensive battle — Kinek and Price shine — Kotteman blocks kick — Violet 
Whitehead is prettiest Homecoming Queen in years — Homecoming dance, under direction of Lagniappes and Bill Weil, and 
featuring music of Henry King, is also a big success — a good time is had by all in one of the biggest homecoming in years. 

NOVEMBER 

Nov. I — "Who's Who" chooses 28 students from Tulane . . . Nov. 2 — Dewey wins in Tulane Mock Election — Truman a poor third 
just a few votes ahead of Wallace — just goes to show you . . . Nov. 5 — Canterbury Club has a "levee party" — a religious organ- 
ization at that !!!... Nov. 6 — Green Wave, with Price making his bid for All American, rolls over V.M.I., 28-7 . . . Nov. 9 — 
Fraternities argue "pro and con" of Pan-Hel touch football and arrive at no agreement . . . Nov. 10 — Warren House defeats Doris 
Hall by one penetration — the gals seem to be catching on to football, but fast . . . Nov. 13 — Green Wave crushes Baylor, 35-13 — 
all Bowls take note . . . Nov. 13 — Kappa Sigma has first gala fraternity formal of year . . . Nov. 14 — Dekes celebrate 50th year on 
Tulane campus . . . Nov. 15 — Audience very receptive to TUT's second amusing production, "The Merchant of Yonkers" . . . Nov. 
19 — "Kampus Karnival" for University Chest Drive is huge success — hats off to Torrie Jones, Chairman . . . Nov. 19 — Chi Omega 
Formal . . . Nov. 20 — Football team goes to Cincinnati, and squeezes by the U. of Cincinnati, 6-0 . . . Sigma Alpha Mu has annual 
Orchid Formal . . . Nov. 27 — Green Wave, playing like National Champs, down L.S.U. 46-0 and wait for Bowl bid, which is never 
received — students howl in protest. 

DECEMBER 

Dec. 3 — Pi Kappa Alpha has its Dreamgirl Formal and crowns Fran Dalton this year's Dreamgirl . . . Dec. 4 — Tulane downs Texas 
in a fast basketball game — still undefeated . . . Dec. 5 — Phi Delta Phi, honorary legal fraternity, taps 45 and honors same with a 



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banquet . . . Dec. 8 — Senator Fulbright speaks on 
stopping Communism . . . Dec. 9 — Festival choir pre- 
sents Handel's "Messiah" — huge success . . . Dec. 10 
— Delta Tau Delta Formal . . . Dec. I I — Kappa Alpha 
Formal . . . Dec. 14 — Xmas holidays begin . . . Dec. 14 
— (At night of course ) Alpha Tau Omega formal . . . 

JANUARY 

Jan. 6 — School resumes . . . Jan. 7 — Phi Mu Formal 
. . . Jan. 10 — Mansour and Pennington win out in 
Moot Court finals . . . Jan. 14 — "The Gondoliers", 
put on by Tulane-Newcomb Choral Groups, opens and 
"goes over big" . . . Jan. 14 — Greenies trounce L.S.U. 
71-51 — Perkins stars, as usual . . . Jan. 15 — Frank Bell, 
Jr. elected President of A. P.O., national service frater- 
nity . . . Jan. 17 — Thomas C. Wicker, Jr. elected 
Editor-in-chief of the Tulane Law Review . . . Jan. 20 
— Exams begin — oh joy !!!... Jan 21 — Publications 






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Board names Pat McCauley and Paul Newman, Co-Editors, and Thomas McBride, Business Manager of the Hullabaloo for the 
rest of the school year . . . Jan. 29 — College of Commerce holds only mid-term graduation exercises for 62 Graduates . . . 

FEBRUARY 

Feb. 2, 3— Registration for 2nd "go-round" . . . Feb. A — Phi Delta Theta formal at Country Club is gala affair . . . Feb. 5— Stu- 
dents enjoy "Spike" Jones and his "City Slickers" at McAlister . . . Feb. 6— Frnka named S.E.C. Coach of the Year . . . Feb. 10— 
Archibald Mac Leish, outstanding statesman and poet, speaks on "The Nature of the World Crisis" . . . Feb. I I— Basketball team 
winds up 3rd perfect season on home court by downing Ole Miss, 74-34 . . . Feb. I I— Delta Sigma Phi Formal . . . Feb. 12— Alpha 
Epsilon Phi Formal . . . Feb. 1 3— Greenbackers honors basketball team . . . Feb. 14 — A.P.O. takes in 10 new members . . . Feb. 16 
—Dr. Harvey Lee Marcoux died of heart attack at age of 50 . . .Feb. 18— Phi Kappa Sigma Formal . . . Feb. 19— Air R.O.T.C. 
Military Ball . . . Feb. 23— Martha Graham (Miss Hush ) comes to campus . . . Feb. 19— Anita Yancey elected President of the 



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of mighty Kentucky. . . March 7 — Natalie Reeling elected President 
of Newcomb Honor Board . . . March 8 — Edmund Reggie, Senior 
Law Student, reads a Detective magazine and discovers that the 
janitor in Law School is a "Wanted Murderer — gets $100.00 re- 
ward and a lot of good publicity . . . March 10 — Regionnal Social 
Science Conference, sponsored by the Tulane Graduate School, be- 
gins . . . March 10 — Spring Choral concert — enjoyed by all . . . 
March I I — Helen Hayes tells Tulane Thesbians to let Broadway come 
to them . . . March I I (night) — Beta Sigma Omicron has a formal — 
Greenbackers has a square dance — Phi Kappa Sigmas board Presi- 
dent for boat party . . . March 16 — Newcomb Swimming Club 
(Barracudas) presents their annual water pageant — Vivian Van 



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Newcomb Student Body, under new petition system, suc- 
ceeding Bea Rault . . . Feb. 24 — Chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, 
national honorary political science fraternity, is instituted on 
campus . . . Feb. 25 — Tulane and L.S.U. tie up in basketball 
again — we win again, 72-45, and in Baton Rouge . . . Feb. 
26 — Bill Dudley, Engineering freshman and Olympic swim 
star is voted outstanding Southern Athlete of 1948 . . . 
Feb. 27 — Tulane debaters (Glendy Burke sponsored) win 
second place in Azalea Debate Tourney . . . 

MARCH 

March 1 — Mardi Gras — enough said . . . March 2 — 
Theta Nu, honorary Journalism fraternity, elects 26 — March 
3 — Alpha Omega Alpha, honorary Med School fraternity, 
selects nine . . . March 4 — Kappa Kappa Gamma formal 
. . . March 5 — Tulane basketballers gain finals in S.E.C. 
Tournament with straight victories over Alabama, Georgia, 
and L.S.U. , only to go down in defeat 68-52 at the hands 




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Bever, President, deserves a line for a job well done . . . March 
17 — Warren Mix urges Student Council action on his Loan Fund 
plan . . . March 18 — Fraternity Skit Nite — Delta Sigma Phi wins 
with ZBT a close second . . . March 19 — Football clinic and intra- 
squad ganne — Greens win 7-2 — Bonar and Kotteman shine . . . 
March 19 — Sigma Chi Formal — Mary Kay Hickey is a lovely 1949 
Sweetheart . . . March 21 — Robert L. Cox elected President of 
Greenbackers . . . March 22 — "Pyramid Clubs" are "rage" for 



2 weeks, then die out as did "Chain Letters" . . . 
March 25 — Kappa Alpha Theta Formal . . . March 26 
— Betas, Sigma Chis, and Phi Delts get together for 
annual Miami Triad dance . . . March 30 — Sorority 
Skit Nite — AEPhis take down top honors . . . 

APRIL 

April I— (April Fool's Day)— AOPi Formal that 
night . . . April 2 — Pan-Hellenic Champagne Party and 




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Formal . . . April 4-9 — Elections hold interest on campus — Conino, Saucier, Hay- 
good, Roussel, Mix, Yancey, Viosca, and Davis appear to be next year's Student Council . . . 
April 5 — Roland J. Sternfels elected Speaker of Glendy Burke . . . April 6 — Bill Jenkins elected 
President of Theta Nu . . . April 8 — A & S Dance; Delta Zeta Formal; and Nu Sigma Nu 
Formal . . . April 9 — Greenies' Baseball nine plays better ball and downs Springhill, 12-4 . . . 
April 9 — ZTA and ZBT have formal . . . April I I — Tulane joins rest of the world in prayer for 
Kathy Fiscus . . . April 13-18 — Easter holidays — beaucoup house parties . . . April — Sam Parker, 
Jr. voted "Ugliest Man" on campus . . . April 20 — C. Stocker Fontelieu gets outstanding Thea- 
ter student award . . . April 21 — Pi Beta Phi Formal . . . April 22 — Barristers have another Brawl 




— Delta Sigma Phi has a "Sailor Party" . . . April 23 — Baseball team wins double-header from 
Ole Miss — Tennis Team, paced by Tuero, also wins again . . . April 29 — Campus Night, a hit 
again — Copenhaver introduces Jamb Beauties — Commerce Dance — Alpha Delta Pi Formal . . . 
April 30 — Kappa Nu Formal — Sigma Pi Formal — Phi Delta Theta South Sea Island party . . . 





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The events of the year 1948-49 have made a little clearer and a little sharper the issues and 
the unsolved problems confronting the world today. The Class of 1949 has come now to the 
time when these issues and problems are theirs to meet. Society will not expect you to be 
master of all knowledge nor to have at hand neat answers for all the problems. The store of 
knowledge today is so great that no single mind can comprehend any substantial part of it, and 
the tempo of change in conditions is so fast that the nature of specific problems is altered while 
we study them. 

What society will expect is that you be equipped with a store of significant knowledge by 
which you will be able to see clearly the nature of the facts in a given situation and the bear- 
ing each fact has on the problem at hand. You should know how to put these facts together 
into a meaningful pattern which will suggest a solution to be considered. You must be dis- 
posed intellectually to check your solution back against the facts and forward against the 
possibility of an even better one. You should have a deep sense of what is good and decent, and 
live by such values. Because you have been afforded university advantages, there is expected 
of you a return in more generous portions than of others. 

This yearbook will bring back memories of these extraordinary days. But the clock can never 
be turned back. When you return to the campus Tulane will be living with a new generation, 
studying new problems, and meeting new needs. So it has been for over a hundred years, 
and so it must ever be if Tulane is to be useful. I hope that as alumni you will look courageously 
and hopefully toward the future. Your Alma Mater does so steadily. 

RUFUS CARROLLTON HARRIS 




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COMMERCE BUILDING, THE NEW AND THE OLD 




DEAN PAUL BROSMAN 
Law 





DEAN T. T. EARLE 

University Colleqe 



DEAN MAX lAPHAM 
Medicine 





DEAN ROGER McCUTCHEON 
Graduate 




UPTOWN MEDICAL SCHOOL 





DEAN L J. BUCHAN 

Commerce 



DEAN FRED COLE 

Arts and Sciences 




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DEAN JAMES M. ROBERT 
Engineering 



DEAN LOGAN WILSON 
Newcomb 




DEAN ANNA MANY 

Newcomb Dean of Women 



DEAN ELIZABETH WISNER 

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SUCH AN INTEGRAL PART OF OUR LIFE 




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The Tulane Alumni Association is composed of all 
graduates and former students of the University. The 
officers are housed in the Student Center Building on the 
campus. Records are kept on the activities of all alumni 
and efforts are made at all times to keep in contact with 
the former students. One means of achieving this is 
through the medium of the TULANIAN, alumni publica- 
tion which contains news of the University and of alumni. 
This magazine is sent free of charge to all graduates and 
former students for whom the office has correct mailing 
addresses. 

A representative from the Association welcome each 

A Radio Jamboree officially opens Homecoming each year 




Professor Henri Wehrmann and the "Boys" at a Glee Club Reunion 




Guests at the 1923 Medical Class Reunion Dinner: Dr. C. C. 
Bass, Mrs. Bass, and Dr. Rudolph Matas 




graduating class at Commencement. Active local alumni 
clubs have been organized in many parts of the United 
States and elsewhere. 

Each year the alumni sponsor Homecoming, a celebra- 
tion which brings many grads back to the campus for 
reunions and other activities. On May tenth, the birth- 
date of Paul Tulane, alumni meetings are held throughout 
the country and a memorial services is held in Princeton, 
New Jersey. 

The Third Annual Tulane Alumni Fund has been con- 
ducted by Class Agents and other representatives of the 
Association. The Fund has grown each year and is now 
of real benefit to the University's financial program. 




Class Agent Joe McCarron goes over fhe Fund report with his 
coordinator. Clayton Nairne and Fund Chairman Dick Baumbach 



The 1948 Homeconning Court 




OFFICERS 

A. WATSON CHAPMAN President 

CLAYTON L. NAIRNE First Vice-President 

GERALD L. ANDRUS Second Vice-President 

HARRY P. GAMBLE. JR Third Vice-President 

SHELBY FR1EDRICH5 . . . r Secretary 

A. BROWN MOORE Treasurer 

BEATRICE M. FIELD Director of Alumni Activities 

EDMUND B. MARTIN, JR Editor, The TULANIAN 

Arts and Sciences: Edvy-ard W. Owen, Jr., Bernard D. Mintz, George 
D. Tessier: Commerce and Business Administration: R. Lynn 
Colomb, J. B. Sanford, Jr., Clarence Bonnett; Engineering: Ralph 
H. Mann, Albert Fransen, Roy R. Bastian; Graduate: Lane C. 
Kendall, Janet Wallace Yancey, Harry R. Cabral; Law: Arthur C. 
Watson, Murray Cleveland, Noland C. Kammer: Medicine: Vance 
M. Strange, Ambrose Storck, Joseph S. D'Antoni; Newcomb: Elsa 
Taylor, Angela Gregory, Carlotta Gillis; Social Work: Rose Hill, 
Dorothy Schenthal, Henry M. Rightor; Representatives At Large: 
Gordon F. Wilson, Charles Kohlmsyer, Jr., Angela Devlin, Raymond 
F. Salmen. 



BEA FIELD, Director of Alumni Activities 





HARRIS D. COPENHAVER, JR., Co-Editor 
CARL J. SCHUMACHER, JR., Co-Editor 



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This year was novel as far as the Jambalaya was concerned 
in that we had to sell it. Selling at $3.00 per copy we finally 
ended up selling Jambs to around 2,300 suckers, I mean students, 
which by other college standards wasn't bad at all. 

However the sale of it was not our only trouble. It seems 
as if when the photographer was there the students weren't and 
vice versa. As a consequence we did not finish taking pictures 
until February, 1949 (long after the intended deadline). Our 
biggest other trouble was, like all Yearbook Editors before us, 
procrastination in letting work pile up on us so that in March 
and April we really had to "hustle" to get the book out. 

We were fortunate to have a very wonderful staff to work 
with and feel that much of the credit for this book should go 
to them. 

We point with pride to our Features Section, especially the 
4-color Beauty Section; the Sports Section; and the Snapshot 
Section. Also we are glad to have the undergraduate social 
fraternities back with us after a year's absence. 



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Terry De Jaive and Kay Temple "hustled" in sale of Jambs 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

HARRIS COPENHAVER, JR Co-Editor 

CARL J. SCHUMACHER, JR Co-Editor 

WALTER SPENCE Associate Editor 

DORA MARTIN (Newcomb Editor) Associate Editor 

ANTHONY ORTEGA Associate Editor 

TORRIE JONES Organization Manager 

BOBBIE BLUM Newcomb Organizations 

JACK TURNER Fraternities 

FRANCES KENTNER Sororities 

JACK WEINMANN Features 

DABNEY EWIN Medical School Editor 

RUDY EASON Sports Editor 

REPORTERS 

Anne McAskill Barbara Cherry 

Carolyn Klein Lanier Allingham 

Jane Marriott Andrea Livaudais 

Louis J. Vergne George Adomitis 
Mary Finley 

TYPISTS 

Jeanne Fernandez Betty Ellis 





THOMAS L WILLIAMS 

Business Manager 



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The business staff of the 1949 Jambalaya, 
with super-salesmen Mix, Kline, McLeod, and 
Stich, brought in more income from advertising 
than any previous Jambalaya staff. The office 
force worked very efficiently, and the entire 
business staff gained much valuable experience. 



BUSINESS STAFF 

THOMAS L. WILLIAMS Business Manager 

WARREN MIX Asst. Business Manager 

KEN McLEOD Assistant 



Warren Mix, Jackie Silin, and friends of the Jambalaya 




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"Obviously posed — but aren't they all?" 

CARL KLINE Assistant 

LOUIS VERGNE ' Assistant 

JOSEPH CONINO Assistant 

PAUL DASTUGUE : Assistant 

RICHARD JONES Assistant 

FRANK STICH Assistant 

PAUL MIELLEY Assistant 

/ JACQUE SILIN Assistant 

BETTY JEAN ROSEN Assistant 

CAROL HIRSCH Assistant 

MARY GILCHRIST Assistant 

WALTER SPENCE DORA MARTIN 

Associate Editor Newcomb Editor 

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"Dora and Annie giving out '48 Jambs — also part of our job" 




ANTHONY ORTEGA 
Associate Editor 



RUDY EASON 
Sports Editor 



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It was almost old home week when the Hulla- 
baloo staff reassembled last September. With 
some exceptions, last years' crew came thru the 
summer unscathed and returned to wreak fur- 
ther journalistic mayhem. 

Gone but not forgotten were columnist VIC 
GOLD, cartoonist JIM BLITChI, copy editor 
DALE SOLOMON and feature editor DIANE 
FARRELL. Most of the faces were familiar 
though. PHIL HARSHAM was still around, be- 
ing a very capable editor while knocking out 
magazine articles on the side and ROSEMARY 
CARNES continued to focus the social lights. 
BILL JENKINS and ED ASHWORTH were still 




PAUL NEWMAN and PAT McCAULEY 

Co-Editors 



LARRY HENNESSY 

Business Manager 




on the job though under new labels, Ed took over 
Bill's job of news editor while Bill moved up to 
the position of Associate Editor along with new- 
comer PAT MACULEY from Alexandria, La. 
Singer LARRY HENNESSEY went right on mak- 
ing like an efficient business manager, aided and 
abetted by crony TOM McBRIDE. Another 
familiar face was GEORGE ADOMITIS who re- 
placed HANK THREEFOOT as head of the 
sports department. AL PERRY and JOHN 
GLEASON rounded out the sports staff. 

Replacing the glittering Gold as column- 
writer was small-voice-but-big-words ARTHUR 
BARRON while GEORGE NELSON and TOM- 



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MY BEALE took up where BLITCH left off in the 
cartoon department, hlulla office scenery took 
a turn for the worse in the form of male replace- 
ments for Dale and Diane, to wit, PAUL NEW- 
MAN and CHARLES RAMOND, copy and fea- 
ture editors respectively. LEO COCO assisted 
Paul at the copy desk, while MARY DURLAND 
SAPP helped Rosie Carnes sift the social dirt. 
MARY LOU MOSSY (she of wampus-cat fame) 
wrote theatre reviews and CLINT EFFINGER 
handled news from the veteran's standpoint. 

Supplementing the staff were editorial as- 
sistant RALPH POOLE, FORRETT RAU, ROSIE 
GARCIA, BUDDY RODRIGUE and JOHN 
BAKER. As circulation manager, FRANCIS 




John Gleason and Rosemary Carnes — two Hulla standouts 

PLOUGH made sure the papers got to their 
readers, with the help of JANET SCHARFF and 
JANE LEVY. LEON C. SOULE was business 
assistant. 

BUSINESS STAFF 

LARRY HENNESSEY Business Manager 

TOM McBRIDE Assistant Business Manager 

FRANCIS A. PLOUGH Circulation Manager 

LEON SOULE Business Assistant 

JANET SCHARFF Circulation Assistant 

JANE LEVY Circulation Assistant 



Who says everybody in the Hullabaloo office reads the Hullabaloo? 





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C. STOCKER FONTELIEU 

President 



DR. MONROE LIPPMAN 

Head of the Deparfment of Theater and Speech Executive Director 
of the New Orleans Little Theater 



LEO S. LAVANDERO 

Professor of Theater and Speech and Associate Director of the 
New Orleans Little Theater 



ETHEL BRETT 

Teachers in the Department of Theater and Speech 



GEORGE HENDRICKSON 

Technical Directors of the New Orleans Little Theater 





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This was the second year that TUT has worked 
in association with the New Orleans Little 
Theater, an arrangement that has attracted 
nationwide attention. From October through 
June a play was produced each month at the 
Little Theater. Thornton Wilder's "The Mer- 



chant of Yonkers" was one of the two brought 
to Dixon Hall for campus performances. "Me- 
morial" by Allen White, a local playwright, was 
given its world premiere. Among the other 
productions were "The Petrified Forest", "The 
Glass Menagerie", and "The Barretts of Wim- 
pole Street". 



It's a plane, it's a bird, it's Mighty Mouse 



That's Hendrickson with the script 






JACK HALLORAN 

Drum Major 



The Tulane University Band draws ifs membership from 
the men students in all of the schools of the University. 
This year the Band performed at all the home football 
games during the season and was on hand in Baton 
Rouge to cheer our victory. The annual spring concert 
was held in McAlister Auditorium. 



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OFFICERS 

JOHN J. MORRISSEY Director 

HARRY MENDELSON, JR President 

FORTUNE MANNING . . . ." First Vice-President 

RAY MARTINEZ , Second Vice-President 

MORTON MADOFF Secretary-Treasurer 

JOSEPH STOCKWELL Librarian 

MARVIN GLUCKSTERN Assistant Librarian 

GEORGE BOILEAU Technical Director 

ROY GRUBB Assistant Technical Director 

JACK HALLARON Drum Major 

EUGENE WALLACE, JR Assistant Drum Major 



BAND MEMBERS 



Charles Alfaro 
LeRoy Allain 
Edward Baget 
Paul Blau 
Walter Blomeley 
George Bolleau 
Phillip Bookman 
Charles Buddecke 



Joseph Campbell 
Nesbit Colfharp 
Theodore Demuth 
John Ferris 
Lionel Flo+te 
Leon Gabaeff 
Donald Gallant 
Lyie Garrifty 



That's Morrissey with his back to us 



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James Guyfon 
Francis Suinle 
Roy Grubb 
Marvin Gluckstern 
Jack Hallaron 
Richard Hart 
Stanford Herron 
William Hess 
Gus HIrsch 
George Hunt 
Robert Irving 
Norman Katz 
Dewey Keen 
Richard Kellogg 
Robert Latina 
Harold Levey, Jr. 
Joel Leyner 
Donald Mackenroth 



Morton Madoff 
Mac Campbell Mallovy 
Fortune Mannlno 
Fred Mannlno 
Fred Martinez 
David Masur 
Benjamin McBeth 
Harry Mendel son, Jr. 
M. Ben Ossi 
Gerome Palazzoio 
Norwood Preto 
Sherman Raphael 
Donald Scherer 
L. T. Scherer, Jr. 
George Schroeder. Jr. 
Harold Smelson 
Robert Smith 
Frank Smith 




For the benefit of the unknowing, this spells wave 



Melvin Steger 
Joseph Stockweil 
Harold Tennenbaum 
Robert Thompson 
Herbert Thurber 
M. Kenneth Trahant 
Ralph Turner 



Charles White, Jr. 
Fernaud Wllloz, 3rd. 
John Wittmann, Jr. 
James Wynne 
Porter Warren 
Lynn Wooten 



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MEMBERS 

FLOYD LEWIS, President Law NEVILLE CULL Graduate 

JACK TERRY, Vice-President ..:;... Medicine GERALD ROACH Commerce 

BEA RAULT, Secretary . Newcomb JIM SAYES (1st Semester) Social Work 

CY COURTNEY Arts & Sciences RAYFORD ROGERS (2nd Semester) Social Work 

BILL WEIDNER Engineering 



The Student Council is the highest governing body 
of the Associated Students of Tulane University. It is 
composed of the presidents of the student bodies of 
each of the eight colleges of the University. The of- 
ficers of the Council itself are chosen by an electoral 
college which is made up of members elected by their 
respective colleges. 



The Council is vested with the government and super- 
vision of the student body and all the activities thereof. 
Administration of the University Student Fund is one 
of the major duties of the Council, along with general 
supervision of all student elections and providing for 
the election of university cheerleaders. All organizations 
must be approved by the Council before they can be- 
come official activities on the campus. 



Courtney, Cull, Lewis, Roach, Terry, Weidner 




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AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 



who's Who in American Colleges and Universities is 
an organization dedicated to the recognition of outstand- 
ing qualities of leadership, displayed by individual college 
students. 



Members are chosen on the basis of participation in 
Student Activities. 



MEMBERS 



Suzanne Alcus 
Fred Barry 
Virginia Colebeck 
Joseph Conino 
Harris Copenhaver, 
Cy Courtney 
Neville Cull 
Emile De Armas 
Ed Deramee, Jr. 
Eustace Edwards 



Dabney Ewin 
Myrna Feinberg 
Richard Field 
Stocker Fontelieu 
Joan Glllis 
Philip hlarsham 
Emmett Holbrook 
Joyce Johnson 
Alton Landry 
Robert Longmlre 



Jeannine McGee 
Alfred Mills 
Hazel Muller 
Betty Oehmlg 
Guy Olivier 
Noel Parmental 
Robert Parsons 
George Plunkstt 
Gerald Roach 
Carl Schumacher, Jr, 



Norma Strafz 
John Terry 
Charles Thompson 
Cara E. Turner 
Vv'illiam Weldner 
John Weinman 
Thomas Williams 
Andrew Wohlert 
Anita Yancey 



First Row: Suzanne Alcus. Virginia Colebeck. Joseph Conino, Harris Copenh aver, Jr.. Cy Courtney, Neville Cull. Second Row: Ed Deramee, Jr.. Eustace 
Edwards, Myra Feinberg, Richard Field, Stocker Fontelieu. Joan Gillis. Third Row: Phil Harsham, Emmett Holbrook. Alton Landry, Robert Longmire, Alfred 
Mills, Hazel Muller. Fourth Row: Guy Olivier, Noel Parmental, Robert Parsons, George Plunkett, Gerald Roach, John Terry, Andrew Wohlert 





R. V. Barnett. Neville Cull, E. L. Deramee. E. L. Edwards, Dabney Ewln, R. J. Field, R. C. Harris. W. S. 

Harwell, Gilbert Hetherwick, B. E. Holbrook, Thomas James, Floyd Lewis, R. A. Longmlre, Tom B. Mcintosh, 

A. P. Mills, G. R. Olivier, Gerald Posner, MacRae Turner 



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Omicron Delta Kappa is a national collegiate honor 
society of students and faculty, recognizing five phases 
of campus life: scholarship, athletics, social and religious 
affairs, publications, and speech, music and dramatic 
arts. Members are selected on the basis of character. 



unselfish leadership and service, good scholarship and 
fellowship. Omicron Delta Kappa was founded at Wash- 
ington and Lee University in 1914. Alpha Zeta Circle 
of Tulane University was established in 1930. 







OFFICERS 






RUFUS C. HARRIS, JR. . . . 


Pres 


dent KARLEM RIESS 


. Secretary and Fac 




EDMOND L. DERAMEE 




Vice-President- 








MEMBERS 






Robert V. Barnett 


Harry C. Frye 




James Lancaster 


Guy Olivier 


Robert F. Bland 


William M. Gordy 




Floyd Lewis 


George Plunkett 


Neville Cull 


Rufus C. Harris, Jr. 




Robert Longmlre 


Gerald Posner 


Edmond L. Deramee 


William Harwell 




Thomas Mcintosh 


Troye Svendson 


Eustace Edwards 


Gilbert Hetherwick 




Alfred Mills 


Jack Terry 


Dabney M. Ewin 


Bradford Holbrook 




Aubrey L. Moss 


McRae Turner 


Richard J. Field 


Thomas N. James 




Murphy Moss 


Jack Weinmann 


Harvey Fitrpatrick 











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Kappa Delta Phi is the oldest honorary leadership 
fraternity at Tulane, having been founded in 1904, to 
reward and bond together in a solid union the men who 
have accomplished the most for Tulane. Membership 
is conferred each year upon no more than ten students 
chosen from the junior and senior classes and the gradu- 
ate schools and upon one member of the faculty who 
have been conspicuous for school spirit and for distin- 



guished and unselfish loyalty to and endeavor in behalf 
of Tulane. 

Kappa Delta Phi has a two-fold purpose. It confers 
membership upon those singularly effective and success- 
ful in promoting school spirit and advancing university 
enterprise, and it binds together these men into an 
organization dedicated to further endeavor in behalf of 
Tulane. 



FLOYD LEWIS 



OFFICERS 

President ED DERAMEE, JR 

MURPHY MOSS, JR Secretary 



Vice-President 



Robert Bland 
Newell Berry 
Rufus Harris, Jr. 
Thomas James 



MEMBERS 



Thomas Mcln+osh 
Jerold Mclnfosh 
Henry Mlllon 



Aubrey Moore 
Dean Pfelffer 
Thomas Power, II 



Joseph Rauit, Jr. 
John Smallpage 
Troye Svendson 



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Robert Bland, Ed Deramee, Rufus Harris, Jr., Thomas James, Floyd W. Lewis, Jerry Mcintosh, Thomas Mcintosh, 

Thomas Power, Joseph Rault 







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YVETTE MARIE WOLFE President 



EVA LOUISE HELLMERS Vice-President 



VIVIAN VAN BEVER 



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The Glee Club has sung at both Newcomb Memorial 



services during the year and the spring concert. It has 



participated in various other choral activities, such as 



the Christmas concert with the New Orleans Symphony 



Orchestra, Easter sunrise services, the Paul Tulane Day 



service, and the operettas. 



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The Glee Club's year started with the Radio Jamboree for 
Homecoming. It was Mr. Rex Wilder's initial public psrformance 
with the group and they sang a campus favorite from Mr. Wilder's 
Alma Mater, "When Night Falls." The plans for the year include 
radio broadcasts, recordings of Tulane Pep songs and Alma Mater, 
trips to Gulf Park, Rice Institute, and concerts at some of the local 
hiigh Schools. For the football season, traditional serenades of 
the group on the campus and pep rally songs are the major issues. 
For basketball season they plan on having a barber shop quartet, 
and a songfest of Alma Maters for the Doubleheader basketball 
show December 4. 

Einar Pederson, composer of the Tulane Drinking Song Is expected 
back for the Christmas holidays from Texas, where he now lives. 
The annual party for the Glee Club will be a songfest of Barber 
shop Songs as it was last year. We are also planning on co- 
sponsoring a barber shop quartet contest with the Campus NIte 
program. 

OFFICERS 

CY COURTNEY President 

FRANKLIN Q. HURD Vice-President 

MICHAEL A. CARSO, II ." Treasurer 



Lloyd Baumer 
George Baus 
Robert Boswell 
Earl Breaux 
Kennell Brown 
Kenneth Byrne 
Julian Campbell 
Victor Carrattini 
Michael Carso 
James Conover 
Cy Courtney 



MEMBERS 

Andrew Dykers 
Arthur Emery 
William Gardner 
Julian Good 
Franklin Hurd 
William Jamiescn 
Bell Keller 
Jules Llazrraga 
Sol Litt 
Paul Litner 
Robert McAfee 
Lynn McCord 



Jerry Malinor 

Tom Parker 

Jack Ponder 

Kerry Redmann 

Gordon Sinclair 

Joseph Spann 

Dan Stewart 

Leonard Tunis 

Eddie Von Amerongen 

John Wall 

Arthur Weissmann 




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The Tulane Gilbert and Sullivan Festival Committee 
was formed in the spring of 1948 for the purpose of 
planning and presenting a festival of nine shov/s (three 
performances of each of three popular G & S operas: 
MIKADO, lOLANTHE, PIRATES OF PENZANCE, in 
October and November of 1948. About 75 other Alumni 
joined the organization to promote it, but above all to 
sing and dance again in these shows. The festival was 
dedicated to Leon Ryder Maxwell upon the occasion of 
the 25th anniversity of Gilbert and Sullivan on the cam- 
pus. The casts of the production were drawn from the 
"star" performers in the successful productions of past 
years. 

MEMBERS 

WM. R, SCHULTZ Chairman 

GARLAND F.TAYLOR Faculty 

Aubrey Moore, LLB.. '48 Annette L. Bernards 

Reba Nell Hoffman Herman Patricia Tobin, C.A.. '45 

Nellie Mae Sunn 



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Under the direction of Rex Wilder, the A Cappella 
Choir, connposed of the nnost advanced singers of the 
University both male and female, has had a highly suc- 
cessful season this year. Perhaps the Choir's highest 
achievement this school was the concert which they pre- 
sented in conjunction with the New Orleans Sympathony 
Orchestra. Several concerts were held again this year 
and among them were the annual Messiah Concert and 
the Spring Concert. Other activities for which the 
Choir furnished the music included Convocation, Easter 
Services, Spring Opera, and Graduation, 

OFFICERS 

ROY McEWEN President 

WINIFRED BEIER Secretary 



GIRLS 

Elsa Asplund 
Mercedes Bailey 
Winifred Beler 
Lucille Bernard 
Laura Cadien 
Connie Carter 
Noel Donovan 
Betty Eikel 
Francis Ford 
Pat Hauseal 
Eva hieilmers 
Claire Matthews 
Jane Parkhouse 



MEMBERS 

Carolyn Petfiss 
Nancy Phillips 
Befh Smith 
Norma Stratz 
Judith Tubb 
Jean Turbeville 
Jo Von Ehren 
Pat Williams 
Yvette Wolfe 
Marilyn Woodward 



BOYS 



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William Bizzell 
Charles Brown 
Julian Campbell 
Jack Dabdoub 
M. E. HInman 
Frank Hurd 
Louis Larul 
Tom Leach 
Roy McEwen 
Buddy Moulin 
Kerry Redmann 
Bill Relnhardt 
Dan Stewart 
Paul Stuart 



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Hank, Looking Pensive, Just Before L.S.U. Game 

HANK MILLON Head Cheer Leader 

RUDY EASON Assistant Head Cheer Leader 



Tinky Thibaut Bea Tridico 

Pete Roux Jackie Vizzini 

Donald Dauterive 



The cheerleaders started this season of with only 
three reiurning squadmen and were hard put to arrive 
at the Alabama game with a coordinated group. 

Blessed with an unusually good team to foster school 
spirit, they were able, with constant cajoling, to elicit 
a volume of cheering comparable only to Truman's ova- 
tion on his first post-election speech. 

Their job was not so difficult as it had been for the 
past few years due to the team being such a good one. 
All the students wanted to yell when the team was win- 
ning, and this year they had a chance to yell quite a lot. 



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First Row: Torrie Jones, Simmie Monroe, Lee Mowe, Anthony Ortega, Sherman ..aphael. Second Row: David Schaefer, James Schneider, Philip Slipakoff, 

... oinmann. 

The purpose of the Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society 
is to stimulate forensic activity among the students of the Uni- 
versity. Limited in its membership to 49 male students, its meetings 
include extemporaneous orations and debates on topics of current 
"-^ ^. interest. The varsity debate team is selec+ed annually from 

Glendy Burke to represent Tula ne University in intercollegiate 
debating. Among the awards given through Glendy Burice are the 
Cannot Medal for proficient oration on a topic related to French 
politics; the Terriberry Prize; and the George Prize; and the 
*^-> % Glendy Burke Medal for oratory. 

^ OFFICERS 

ANTHONY ORTEGA Speaker 

FRANK BRUNO Vice Speaker 

JAMES SChHNEIDER Secretary Treasurer 

WARREN A. MIX Public Relations 

N^^^^^^^^HT' ^^^^ SCHAEFER Parliamentarian 

^^ ^^Ij^^^^^^^j/^^^^^^^^^^ LEE MOWE Sergeant-at-Arms 

WILMER hllNRICHS Historian 




MEMBERS 



Anthony Ortega, Speaker Glendy Burlce 



Dean Andrews 
Arthur Barron 
Don Brierre 
Frank Bruno 
Clarence Dubuy 
Jack Flowers 
Nat Halpern 
Wilmer Hinrichs 
Torrie Jones 
Warren Mix 
Simmie Monroe 
Lee Mowe 



Anthony Ortega 
William Ragland 
Sherman Raphae! 
David Schaefer 
James Schnieder 
Philip Slipakoff 
George Sladovich 
Harry Sneed 
Roland Sternfels 
Ronald Sturtz 
Jack Weinmann 
Edward Wright 



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OFFICERS 

BEATRICE RAULT President 

JOAN GILLIS Vice-President 

LANIER ALLINSHAM Corresponding Secretary 

CLAIRE LEWIS Recording Secretary 

BETTY OEHMIG Treasurer 



Hazel Muller 
Anita Yancy 
Elizabeth Cook 
Janet Levy 



MEMBERS 

Ethel Eaton 
Betty Turner 
Joyce Johnson 
Nornna Stratz 



Patricia O'Brien 
Suzanne Alcus 
Jeannine McGee 



The function of this association is to form a 
basis for cooperation between the faculty and 
the students. The piloting unit in this plan is the 
Student Council, which is composed of the of- 
ficers of the association. 

Any needed changes in Newcomb's constitu- 
tion are proposed by the Council; all charters for 



organizations on campus are granted; and at all 
times, the actions of the Student Council strive to 
embody the active work of an association of able 
and adult individuals. The aim of the Council is an 
efficient and representative self-government. 

This year an attempt was made to create 
greater interest in the student body meetings by 
presenting outside speakers. 



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The Newcomb Honor Board functions to pro- 
tect the rights of the students and to help them 
get the most out of their college work. The honor 
system is that form of student government by 
which the students' conduct in examinations, out- 



side classwork, and other moral matters of the 
college are vested in the students themselves, 
rather than in the faculty. Violators of the rules 
of the honor system are dealt with by Honor 
Board, the judiciary body of the system. 



OFFICERS 



BETTY G. TURNER 
ANITA YANCY . 



. President 
Secretary 



Pat O'Brien 
Ann Brodie 
Elizabeth Cook 
Virginia Colebeck 



MEMBERS 

Myrna Felnberg 
Lynn Hock 
Joyce Johnson 
Janet Levy 



Hazel Muller 
Beatrice Rault 
Norma Stratz 



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JOYCE JOHNSON President 

ELAINE JONES . . . 

West Wing 
MYRNA FEINBERG , . . 

East Wing 
JUNE SHERROUSE 

Warren hiouse 

VIRGINIA COLEBECK . , 

Doris Hall 



Ye Olde Newcomb Dormitory Council 



RUTH KING 



President 
President 
President 
President 
Secretary 



MEMBERS 

Ann Colebeck Cai'olyn Pattlss 

Mary M. Hannah Charlotte Shoaf 

Pat KIsber Betty Stoner 

Jeannlne McGee Mary Ann Thompson 

Camllle Moss Jean Walker 

Joyce Norman Chelsia Webster 

Isabel Peele Anita _Yancey 

The Newcomb Dormitory Council, which Is 
composed of representatives from all of the 
campus houses, provides the resident student 
government for Newcombltes living In the dor- 
mitories. It carries out the rules and regula- 
tions, tries offenders, and serves with execu- 
tive, judicial, and legislative powers. 

The Council also provides for entertainments 
by and for Its members, working with all dor- 
mitory students for an efficient system of self- 
government In matters relating to the conduct 
of Its members, both as Individuals and as a 
social group. It attempts In these ways to 
obtain a well-rounded dormitory life. 





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OFFICER 

JEANNINE McGEE President 



Mary Bell Alston 
Janice Carter 
Claire Cook 
Margaret Field 
Leila Flournoy 
Lynn Hock 



MEMBERS 

Emily Palmer 
Charlotte Shoaf 
Susie Smith 
Vivian Van Sever 
Chelsia Webster 



The Newcomb Athletic Council Is the governing 
body of the Newcomb Athletic Association which 
Is composed of students who participate In athletic 
activities. On the council are representatives from 
each class, chairmen of major sports, presidents 
of the Individual athletic clubs, and the chairmen 
of the four leagues: Dixon, Gibson, Howard, and 
Norman. Everyone in the Athletic Association falls 
Into one of these four categories, as a method of 
competition. 

The results of Intramural competition may be 
either League or Individual victories. Trophies are 
awarded the winning Leagues, and gold keys go 
to the winners of Individual tournaments. Awards 
for the accumulation of individual points, which 
are given for all athletic participation, are, in 
order, a felt letter "N," a silver "N" pin, and a 
blazer Jacket with the seal of Newcomb. These 
awards are given for enthusiasm and participa- 
tion, not merely outstanding skill in sports. 




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OFFICERS 

GERTRUDE CHITTY . . . .' President 

CAROLYN PETTIS Secretary-Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Jane Kit Ware Desbon Lois Bermudez 
Morris Middleton Joyce Harper 

Elizabeth Cook Lynn Hock 

Claire Lewis 

At the end of each year, ten freshmen are se- 
lected from the Newcomb class to become new 
members. Assets is an honorary organization and 
chooses its members on a basis of scholarship, 
loyalty, school spirit, and enthusiasm. 



Assets — at least not liabilities 





OFFICER 

VIRGINIA COLEBECK President 

MEMBERS 

Betty G. Turner Joyce Johnson 

Bea Rault 

Members of Alpha Sigma Sigma, a senior 
honorary society at Newcomb, are elected on 
the basis of scholarship, leadership, and school 
spirit. Members are elected the spring of each 
year, and the following fall they serve as the 
executive committee for the three day orienta- 
tion program for new students. The president 
of Alpha Sigma Sigma conducts freshman class 
meetings until freshman officers are elected. 
She is also responsible for the functioning of 
the faculty advisory system. 



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OFFICER 

JANICE CARTER President 



Lucile Bernard 
Barbara BIzzel 
Margaret Bingham 
Joyce Bruff 
Sheila Carme' 
Deborah Carroll 
Lorelei Carroll 
Noel Donovan 
Esther Ewing 
Katherine Favrot 



MEMBERS 

Isabel Gardner 
hielen Ann Garrett 
Ann Geffkin 
Pat Greenfield 
Shirley Islciwitch 
Carol Layton 
Joyce Ludwig 
Jane Lee Luft 
Gayle M a eke n roth 
Joyce Mathes 



Merle Maumus 
Trudy Miangolana 
Isabel Peal 
Maureen Prothro 
Jackie Rauch 
Betty Rosen 
Minnette Starts 
Kay Threefoot 
Beatrice Tridico 
Joan White 



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Promoting interest in creative dancing of all 
types, the Newcomb Dance Club has progressed 
considerably under the enthusiastic direction of 
Miss Frances Bush. During the year the club sup- 
plies all ballet routines necessary operettas and 



other campus productions. In the spring a recital 
is given in Dixon Hall and each member parti- 
cipates. The program this year included among 
other numbers the ballet of the Moldau by 
Smetana and a group of dances from operas. 
Membership is obtained by try-out. 



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New members of the Barracuda Club are 
chosen from the annual fall try-outs. These new 
members are known as Baby Barracudas and are 
initiated into the club in the Spring as full mem- 
bers after participation in the swimming pageant. 

The Swimming Club sponsors the National 



Telegraphic Swimming Meet and the Newcomb 
intramural swimming meet. 

The main event of the club is the presentation 
of its annual water ballet. This year the Barra- 
cudas presented "Acquacade of Broadway," 
swimming to the popular favorites taken from 
Broadway musicals. 



OFFICERS 

VIVIAN VAN BEVER President 

BEVERLY McARTHUR . .Vice-President 

MARTHA ZILBERMANN Secretary 

JOEL WOLFE Assistant Secretary 

BARRACUDAS 

Dorothy Carre i"e Claire Lewis Effle Stockton 

Joan Essig Beverly Mc Arthur Vivian Van Bever 

Natalie Gessner Diane Michaels Joel Wolfe 

Dorothy llley Helen Rapier Anita Yancey 

Chioe Lain Joyce Siekmann Martha Ztlbermann 

Jossy Spitz 

BABY BARRACUDAS 

Carol Brown Leah Fried lander Emily Palmer 

Scootie Day Marion Hodges Helen Werleln 

Joan Morrison 







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OFFICERS 

GLORIA ANN STEWART President 

ROSALIE COCCHIARA Vice-President 

BARBARA ANNE DRESHER Secretary-Treasurer 

ELAINE JONES Historian 

DR. HARLEY GOULD Faculty 

DR. W. EGGLER Faculty 



Beta Beta Beta is an ho-norary international biological fraternity which 
was founded in 1921. The Beta Lambda chapter was installed at New- 
comb College in 1938. This society seeks to encourage scholarly attain- 
ment In the field of biological science by reserving Its membership for 
those who achieve superior academic records and who indicate special 
aptitude for the science. 

Interest is further stimulated by monthly lectures on some topic of 
biology or related science, given by outstanding scientists In thai field. 
Field trips for collective purposes are planned twice a year, which afford 
the members and- faculty a social outing as well as an educational 
trip. 



GLORIA ANN STEWART. President 





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Whoever heard of collegia+e mechanics? 




The Student Branch of the American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers at Tulane Is one of 124 active 
student branches composed of students who are pur- 
suing courses leading to a Bachelo.'"'s Degree in Mech- 
anical Engineering. Its oblectlves are: to broaden the 
student's acquaintance with the practical side of mech- 
anical engineering, to keep him informed about en- 
gineering progress, to develop his initiative and ability 
to speaK in public, to familiarize him with parliamen- 



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OFFICERS 

GUY R. OLIVIER Chairman 

LOUIS G. WINGATE Vice-Chairman 

WILLIAM J. GREEN Secretary 

IRVING A. LINDBERG, JR Treasurer 



MEMBERS 

Chester T. Alpaugh, Luther A. Armstrong, William J. 
Anderson, III, Walter Ascher, Theodore A. Aucoln, Jr., 
Carl T. Bablngton, Edward R. Baker, Henry L. Blust. 
Robert N. Bose, tHudson G. Boue, Thomas A. Braud. 
Robert S. Brush, Clarence R. Caster, Donald J, Caster. 
Edward A. Chmielinskl, Norman C. Cook. Ronald B. 
Cowart, William B. Cowart, William E. Crochet, Jr.. 
Paul R. Crouch, Bernard L. Crumpton, Nicholas J. 
Cuccia, August H. Douglas, Henry J. Franklin, Walter 
J. Gagnet, Jr.. Clarence L. Geier, Jr., John W. Good- 
wyn, William J. Green, John A. G.-ehan, Carl B. Hak- 
enios, Clarence F. Holthaus, Dennis J. Hayes. Sheldon 
C. Heath, Hans N. Helnemann, John A. Hine, James 
J. Kennedy. Segundo L. Labayen, Donald E. Lagarde, 
Irving A. Li nd berg, Jr., Mac C. Mallary, Joseph H. 
Maloney, Andrew E. Manyak, William E. Martin, Don- 
ald P. Maynard, Thomas L. McCoy, Frank V. McMillen. 
Gilbert Millar, Louis S. Miller, John E. Morrison, Mil- 
ton K. Morrison, George M. Mur.'el, Jr.. Paul S. Noble, 
Anthony C. Occhipintl. Charles D. Olivier, Guy R. 
Olivier, Henry F. Page. Jacques H. Pessin, Robert H. 
Philibert, Edward L. Pick. Clay J. Pinner, Lewis L. Rftg- 
ers, bamuel J. Ross, Elmore F. Ruck. David H. Rust, 
Eugene J. Rutter. Edgar L. Schambach,_ William b. 
Shoenborn, Gerard H. Shonekas, Jr., David J. Songe. 
Luke F. Stravasnik, Leo A. Stubbs, Macy O. Teetor, Jr., 
Grover J. Trammel, Alfred J. Tricon, Turhan Turker, 
Charles J. Uthoff, Guiles G. Vicknair. Robert R. Viosca, 
Thomas M. Wakefield. William E. Watklns. Joe C. 
Wharton, John P. Wiggin, Louis G. Wingate, George 
R. Wood. 



tary procedure and organzation, and to enable him 
to establish fraternal contact with engineering students 
and practicing englnears. 

Activities include meetings, technical movies, inspec- 
tion trips, technical papers, talks, discussions, and social 
gatherings, with the annual banquet and annual con- 
vention being the highlights of each year. 

Awards are given each year to the most outstand- 
ing member, and to the student presenting the best 
paper. 



OFFICERS 

DIANE BOURGEOIS President 

BETTY BRANDEAU Vice-President 

BETTY FREEDMAN Secretary 

HOPE REID Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Jeanne Abadie 
Olive Davis 
Frances Eagan 
Lorraine Fox 
Isabel Gardiner 
Regina Gunthorpe 
Sue Henderson 
Pat Hoiiseal 



Marilyn Lavigne 
Ann Levy 
Blanche Meyers 
Marilyn Rosenthal 
Gayle Schwa rzen bach 
Susie Smith 
Sydney Smithers 
Ann Stringer 



Oreades is an honorary organization whose pur- 
pose is to sustain interest in classical knowledge 
and to stimulate appreciation of the Classics. 
Yearly activities included a Saturnalia party in 
imitation of the old Roman holiday celebrated 
during December, lectures, numerous social func- 
tions and discussions on selected subjects. 




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. . . and then only four showed up!! 



OFFICERS 

CLAUDINE COULANGES President 

PAT MAY Secretary 



MEMBERS 



Lanier Alllngham 
Carol Brown 
Ann Colebeck 
Virginia Colebeck 

Claudine Coulanges 
Rosita Garcia 
Frances Hemenway 
Charlotte Gilbert 
Peggy Jordan 
Virginia King 
Patricia May 



Patsy Jo McDowell 
Helen Messick 
Emma Morphy 
Nancy Phillips 
Ruth Radin 
Barbara Topal 
Reg Trotter 
Betty Turner 
Jackie Walker 
Marie Withers 



The French Club's aim Is to Interest students 
in French culture and thought. It meets several 
times a year to hear lectures by various 
speakers from the faculty and the community. 

In the future the group plans to extend its 
program to Include such events as a dramatic 
program, a banquet and international activities. 



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OFFICERS 

ANNA FRANCES JONES President 

GENIVIEVE WELBAUM Vice-President 

NATALIE ROELINS Secretary 

DEBORRAH BERRY Treasurer 

MRS. J. B. MARTINEZ Counsellor 

MEMBERS 

Dorothy Maness Vivian Sheridan Gertrude Chitty 

Sharon Mattes Charlotte Shoaf Norma Ciesi 

Emily Moise Carol Sue Smith Clair Cook 

Sayle Ma ken roth Betty Stoner Kathleen Coleman 

Jeannine McGehee Miliicent Smitherman Helen Deal 

Camile Moss Barbara Topol Myrna Fein berg 

Morris Middleton Madeline TumineMo Virginia Frederic 

Brenda Moore Genevieve Welbaum Nathalie Ganucheau 

Betty Oehmig Phylls Wolfe Natalie Gessner 

Gloria Patron Nancy White Nel! Guillot 

Virginia Provost Marie Withers Jane Goldman 

Isabel Peal Joan Arbour Joyce Harper 

McKee Pitts Bettie Barrere Mary Jane Higgins 

Ninette Perilliat Lois Bermudez Sydney Ho hen berg 

Gloria Ratchford Dianne Bourgeois Anna Frances Jones 

Joy Reinganum Armande Billion Ruth Kessler 

Rhoda Robinowitz Laurie Bull Frances Kentner 

Nathalie Roeling Virginia Bowen Ann Levy 

Marilyn Rosenthal Dianne Burdette Aileen Longino 

Betty Scharff Deborrah Berry Eleanor Luecke 

Elaine Sarre Joyce Caldwell Elsie Magendie 
Shirley Claiborne 

La Tertulia is the honorary Spanish Club on the 
Newcomb Campus. It holds meetings once a month 
at which there is a speaker who is an authority on 
his subject. This year each meeting is devoted to 
the music of Spain or of a Latin -American country. 
There are four Reunions each year to which the 
whole University, as well as the public, is invited; 
October 12, Columbus Day; A Christmas Fiesta; 
April 14; Pan-American Day; April 23. Cervar.tes- 
Dia de la Lengua. 

Several well-known speakers and diplomats have and 
will be our guests during the year. 



Mad Madrid Misses 





Young Women's Courting Association 



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OFFICERS 

ETHEL L. EATON President 

BERYL STALL Vice-President 

BEVERLEY BECKER Secretary 

FLORA MAE ZIESLER Treasurer 

CABINET 
Bettie Ruth Barrere Joan Grattan 

Anna Bartels Susan Hill 

Deborah Berry Jane Lee Luft 

Lorrianne Fox Laura McClanahan 

MEMBERS 

Mary Belle Alston Betty Jane Lucas 

Vivian Van Bever Anne Mcintosh 

Patricia Burke Tricia McRaven 

Lorelei Carroll Ann Maddrey 

Pat Casso Nancy Mailer 

Martha Coltharp Dorothy Maness 

Claudine Coulanger Morris Middleton 

Margaret Field Virginia Probost 

Mildred May Foley Jane Sparkman 

Caroline Gavin Rose Spicola 

Claire R. Giovengo Pasty Earl Spring 

Joyce Harper Marianne Sprinkle 

Pollie Holden Bettie Stoner 

Sally James Patricia Welton 

Geraldine Kelly Mary Williamson 

Gwen Langridge Marilyn Woodward 

Janet Levy 
Any student of Newcomb College is eligible formem- 
bership in the Young Women's Christian _ Association, 
which meets twice monthly for open discussion, talks by 
outstanding civic personalities, and debates. Taking an 
active part in freshman orientation, the "Y," established 
in 1901. presents a program of well-rounded events to 
aid the freshman in becoming acquainted with the activ- 
ities of the college. 

"Y" traditions are the annual Christmas and Easter 
parties for a group of children from a local orphanage, 
and the Senior Baby Contest in the spring. With other 
organizations of Tulane. it annually conducts the Easter 
Sunrise Service, held in the Quadrangle of Newcomb Col- 
lege. 



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ALPHA OF LOUISIANA 


IHPS 






OFFICERS 






KARLEM RIESS 




President 


SUSAN D. TEW 


Secretary 


MARY F. TENNEY .... 




Vice-President 


MARGARET CUNEO, GERALD HINRICHS Executive Committee 






MEMBERS 






Viron L. Barnhill 




Paul Ned Graffagnino 




Mona L. G. Krivit 


Pearl Singerman 


Elsie K. Brupbacher 




Betty R. Gray 




Phil J. Naquin, Jr. 


Paula F. Smith 


Themas E. Clapp 




Wnilam F Heald 




Denise M. Reinecke 


Emil K. Vela 


Berfl+a E. Compfon 




Betty R. Healy 




Morris F. Scharff 


Patricia Vonder Haar 


John A. Fisher 




Anna G. Hover 




David J. See! 


Drury W. Wall 


William M. Gordy 




S. T. Jones, III 




Julian H. Sims 


Aurelia S. Wells 






FACULTY 




t 


Erich A. Albrecht 




Rufus C. Harris 




Anna E. Many 


Clarence Scheps it 


Edward A. Bech+el 




Gerald Hinrichs 




Leon Ryder Maxwell 


Robert W. Schmied 


Herbert E. Buchanan 




Leon D. Hubert, Jr. 




George W. Meyer 


Dorothy W. Seago i 


Mildred G. Christian 




E. C. Hunter 




Clara M. deMilt 


George E. Simmons 1 


Margaret Cuneo 




Hans B. Jonassen 




Rose L. Mooney 


Wendell H. Stephenson 


Adele M. Drouet 




Arden R. King 




Clarence J. Morrow 


Garland F. Taylor 


Lionel C. Durel 




William L. Kolb 




Robert M. Myers 


Mary F. Tenney 


Wm. L. Duren, Jr. 




G. Geoffrey Langsam 




Eugene A. Nabors 


Susan D. Tew 1 


Donald Fabian 




Dagmar R. LeBreton 




Helen L. Nisbet 


Miriam H. Thompson j 


Lydia E. Frotscher 




Harold N. Lee 




Victor R. B. Oelschlager 


Florence W. Toppino 


Russel M. Geer 




J. Adair Lyon 




Graydon W. Regenos 


Marie J. Weiss 


Clarence E. Glick 




Champ Lyons 




Karlem Riess 


Logan Wilson 


Norman A. Greco 




John M. McBryde 




Fannie R. Russ 


Rena Wilson 


Doris B. Griscom 




Virginia F. McConnell 




Herbert P. Sarett 


Frank H. Wood 


Margaret Groben 




Roger P. McCutcheon 




Maridel Saunders 




Recognized nationally as the 


highe 


st honorary scholastic fraternity, 


Greek letter fraternity in the 


United States today. The Louisiana 


Phi Beta Kappa was founded 


at w;i 


tarn and Mary College in 1776. 


Alpha Chapter was organized 


at Tulane in 1909. 


It was founded originally as 


a soc 


al fraternity and is the oldest 









GEORGE NUNN 



OFFICERS 

President GEORGE PLUNKETT 



Secretary 



Lloyd W. Anderson, Jr. 
Alice Colleen Beacham 
Robert H. Bryson 
William B. Burns 
Raymond L. Carmedelle 
Coidwell Daniel, III 
John C. Dodt, III 
Gene Edwin Friedman 
Louis R. Garver 



Dr. Marvin Fair 



MEMBERS 



David Glover 
Alvin Delery Hellbach 
Andrew Gray Henning 
George A. Hunt 
Shepherd G. Jane 
Ernest Nathan Kahn 
Hansel O. Kincaid 
Elton C. Lasseiqne 
Joseph O. LeBlanc, Jr. 



Robert C. Lefler 
James A. Mahalec 
Linden Joseph Mela neon 
Stephen G. Mocklin 
Robert D. Munch 
Rene R. Naccari 
Art Oldstein 

George Timothy Plunkett 
Benjamin Roach, Jr. 



HONORARY MEMBER 

Henry Plauche 



IN FACULTY 



Lester Reed 

Dr. Gerald Warren 



Beta Gamma Sigma, a national honorary commerce fraternity was 
founded at the University of Illinois and the University of Wisconsin 
in 1913. The Alpha chapter was founded at Tulane in 1926. 

The purpose of this association is to encourage and reward 
scholarship and accomplishment in the field of business studies 



Dr. Paul C. Taylor 
Dr. Harry Mitchell 



Edward B. Scherich 
Lionel C. Schmedt 
Roy Jacob Segall 
John J. Shepperd, J 
Joan E. Sivendson 
Maurice A. Theriot, 
Marie L. Tureaud 
Patricia Jo Warner 
Jack W. Williams 



Donald Halley 



Jr, 



among students and graduates of collegiate schools of business; to 
promote the advancement and spread of education in the science 
of business; and to foster principles of honesty and integrity in 
business practice. 



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OFFICERS 

ROGERT A. LONGMIRE President 

GUY R. OLIVER Vice-President 

MILTON K. MORRISON Recording Secretary 
PIERRE E. HOLLOVv^AY . . Corresp. Secretary 

MEMBERS 

John W. Anderson Walter W. McKernan 



Mac C. Mallary 
John E. Morrison 
Milton K. Morrison 
Guy R. Oliver 
George E. Pearce 
Grover J. Trammel! 
Donald W. Urquhart 
Daniel H. Vliet 
Andrew M. Wohlert 



Ronald B. Cowart 
Moise hi. Goldstein 
Angelo V. GracI 
Manuel A. Head 
Edwin J. hiimel 
Pierre E. hHolloway 
James J. Kennedy 
Alton A. Landry 
Anthony J. La Rocca 
Robert A. Longmire 

The Tau Beta Pi Association was founded at 
Lehigh University in 1885, by Edward Higgen- 
son Williams, Jr. It is dedicated to those who 
have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater 
by distinguished scholarship and exemplary 
character as undergraduates in engineering, or 
by their attainments as alumni in the field of 
engineering. Its aim Is to foster a spirit of lib- 
eral culture in the engineering colleges of 
America. 

New members are selected from the upper 
scholarship brackets of the College of Engi- 
neering by vote of the chapter. 
.Tau Beta Pi was founded at Tulane in 1936. 





OFFICERS 

FREDERICK G. DEILER President 

DAVE BIERHORST Vice-President 

JOYCE M. SIEKMANN . . . Secretary-Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Dave Bierhorst 
Dr. F. R. Cagle 
Mrs. A. Chaney 
Aluma 

Frederick G. Deiler 
Leslie Ellis 
Louis Gallo 



Dr. E. S. Hathaway 
Angus E. Holmes 
K. E. Hyland. Jr. 
Rodney Jung 
Orren Logan 
Dr. Geo. H. Penn 
Joyce M. Sielcmann 



Started In the fall of 1925 as the Zoology 
Journal Club, members met once a week and re- 
ported on current articles In zoology journals. 

In the spring of 1926 It was reorganized on a 
fraternity basis and the name Beta Mu was sug- 
gested by Mrs. Geo. Bechtel, a member. The name 
comes from the words EK TOU BlOU MAN- 
THANE, meaning "learn from life." Throughouf 
its history the primary object of Beta Mu has been 
to stimulate Interest in biological research. 



OFFICERS 

DAVE YOCKEY President 

PAT McCAULEY Vice-President 

PAUL NEWMAN Secretary-Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



George Adomitis 
Edgar Ashworth 
Alphonse Bulliung 
Rosemary Cannes 
Leo Coco 
William Conery 
Harris Copenhaver, 
Everett Dane 
Rene Dausstn 
Paul Desbon 
Marie Rose Dw 
Steve Ellis 
Sidney Friedman 
John Sleason, Jr. 
Phil Harsham 
Julian Henriques 
Dixie Hutchinson 
William Jenkins 



wyer 



Patrick McCauley 
Wallace Miller 
Mary Lou Mossy 
Paul R. Newman 
Charles O'Brien 
Jack Owens 
Paul Perret 
Alvin Perry 
James Puneky 
Earl Rodriguez 
Carl Schumacher 
Elmer Sharp 
Robert Smith 
Walter F, Spence 
Frank Stalnton 
Beniamin White 
David Yockey 



Theta Nu, honorary journalism fraternity, founded In 
1926, seeks to stimulate all-round proficiency in ioumalism. 
especially among undergraduate students. Active parti- 
cipation in the preparation of the Hullabaloo, student 
newspaper, is particularly encouraged. A loving cup 
awarded annually for the best reporting was won last 
year by Philip Harsham. 

Theta Nu's informal meetings, open to all students in 
the journalism department, feature informative talks by 
professional journalists designed to keep the students 
posted on conditions In the field. Honorary members of 
Theta Nu include L. K, Nicholson, President of the Times- 
Picayune Publishing Co., and columnist Dorothy DIx (Mrs. 
Elizabeth M, Gilmer.) 



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Journalism honor students enjoy Pat's jolte 





Ten big Ink spots 



Fill! 




. Adviser 
. Adviser 



OFFICERS 

FLOYD LEWIS . Chairman 

CY COURTNEY Secretary 

MEMBERS 

Harris Copenhaver, Jr. John Monroe 
Phil Harsham Paul Newman 

Lawerence Hennessey Noel Parmentel 
Tom McBride Carl Schumacher, Jr. 

Pat McCauley Tom Williams 

MR. CLAUDE SIMONS .... 
DEAN GEORGE E. SIMMONS . 

The Publications Board is organized under 
the Student Council for the purpose of super- 
vising the official publications of the student 
body. The Board is composed of the president 
of the student Couicil as chairman, an elected 
member of the Student Council, the editors and 
business managers of the "Hullabaloo" and the 
JAMBALAYA. two senior class presidents 
chosen by the Student Council, and a repre- 
sentative elected by Theta Nu journalism fra- 
ternity. Mr. Claude Simons and Dean George 
E. Simmons act as advisers to the Board. 

The Board is responsible for the selection of 
the editors and business managers of the offi- 
cial publications, and acts as an advisory body 
on matters of policy concerning them. The 
Board has no power of censorship over tho 
editorial policies of the editors. 



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Somebody Give Rudy a Drink 



OFFICERS 

WILLIAM WEIL President 

WILSON SHOUGHRUE " . . . Vice-President 

MARY WILLIAMSON Secretary 

E. B. HOLBROOK Sergeant-at-arms 

MEMBERS 

Lucy Adams Mary Ann Hebert Jeannine McGee Edmund Rose 

Tom Bowman Mary K. Hickey Bill Moore John Smallpage 

Mickey Carso Jimmy Huff Dick Nunnally Frank Stitch 

Cy Courtney Ben Joiner Betty Oehmig Flora Talmadge 

Virginia Day Eugenie LeDoux Robert Parsons Jack Turner 

Tom Deanne- Claire Lewis Ed Plauche Chelsie Webster 

Rudy Eason William Long Tom Power Jack Weinman 

Joan Essig Betty Lyons Bubber Rappeport Violet Whitehead 

Joan Gillis Dora Martin Beatrice Rault Anita Yancey 

Tom Green Beverly McArthur Jack Roberts Bobby Zetzmann 



Lagniappes, the Student Dance Organization, started 
off the year in a bang-up fashion. The Annual Freshman 
Dance, held fhis year as always af the Gymnasium, was 
a huge success. Begun with the idea of having Tulane 
and Newcomb Frosh come and meet at a dance, the 
venture has proven to be very enjoyable for everyone — 
including the Freshmen. This year the floor was packed 
with the boys outnumbering the gals three to one which 
made it even better as far as the girls were concerned. 
Of course the fact that it was held the night of the open- 



ing football game, and the fact that we won, helped to 
bring out the large attendance. 

The Annual Homecoming Dance, held at the Municipal 
Auditorium, to celebrate Homecoming was likewise a 
smash. Henry King and his well known orchestra provided 
the best all around danceable music heard down this 
way in many an eon. The presentation of the Homecom- 
ing Queen and her Court was a highlight as in the past. 
Air-conditioning and "requestioning" of more tables 
made this Homecoming Dance the best in the past three 
years. 



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The function of the Intramural Council is to en- 
courage the entire male student body to parti- 
cipate in organized athletic sports, and also to 
encourage participation in active recreation. The 
Intramural Council organizes and promotes com- 
petition between individuals and groups of stu- 



dents and fosters the spirit of sportsmanship be- 
tvveen participants and spectators. 

In the past year, it organized both team and 
individual sports. The team sports for the year 
were football, basketball, and Softball. The in- 
dividual sports included handball, tennis, swim- 
ming, and a cross country run. 



OFFICERS 

W. p. VON HOVEN Director 

D. URQUHART Associate Director 



C. B. Conley 



MEMBERS 

G. P. Bywafer 



R. J. Froeba 



And Monk Looks so Eager 





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ZBT take off on "Oklahoma" 



Addie Benjamin as "Hustle" Long 



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STAFF 

E. BRADFORD HOLBROOK Chairman DON MIESTER Technical Director 

MARY WILLIAMSON Secretary MARY WARREN Musical Director 

JACK TURNER Publicity Manager 

CREW 

BOB PEYROUX Assistant Stage Manager PHALLIE EVANS Make-up 

JIM BLEWSTER Make-up LARRY DILLON Lighting 

ELDON PENCE Lighting 



Frank Cannon 
Curtis Boisfonteine 



Robert Boh 
Baron Bourg 



Buddy Brinkman 
Walter Kellogg 



Kit Landon 
Harry Schmidt 



The purpose of this organization is to give entertain- 
nnent to the Tulane University personnel — prepared and 
presented by University personnel. This year there were 



four Campus Night productions. To welcome all students, 
the first show "The Things We Did Last Summer" was a 
musical resume of the things that do happen in the sum- 



Heaty took Footsie's place as top Tulane magician 



Footsie amuses everyone, except Pineapple 







4 Hearts 



Del+a Sigs win again and put on fine show 



men. Although, this was the first show of the year, fresh- 
man as well as old talent was used. 

The second production featured the fall concert of the 
Tulane Band, under the direction of Dr. J. J. Morrissey, 
and was followed by a Campus Night variety show, based 
on fantasy, which can only be found in "An Enchanted 
Garden," the theme of this production. For this, contrary 
to Tulane custom, a Mistress of Ceremonies presided. 

After Christmas, the traditional Fraternity Skit Night 
was given which consisted of a number of the campus 
fraternities displaying their own talents, in competition 
with other fraternities. 

The Campus Night year closed with a fourth produc- 
tion, the largest of the year, which included each member 
of the organization. 

Under the chairmanship of Bradford FHolbrook and the 
advisorship of Dr. Dan Mullin, the Organization has 
made changes in the content of material used and the 
manner of presentation to make this year one of the best 
for the Nighters and for University entertainment. 



The Barber Shop Four — nnaltes every Campus Nite 




Rudy and Pete commit homicide 

SAEs — that's Cabral on the floor 




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OFFICERS 

BOB PARSONS President 

BOB COX Vice-President 

JOAN SOLOMON Secretary 

JOHN GLEASON Sergeant-At-Arms 

MEMBERS 

Merling Auzine Joe Harris Ralph Peterson 

Dot Baer Mary Henderson Charles Ramond 

Peter Beer Mary Jo Holland Na+alie Roehllng 

Bobbie Blum Harold Jamison Buddy Rose 

Bobby Boudreau Peggy Jordan Jay Rubin 

Tom Bowman Bill Keller Peter Smith 

Grover Bynum Carl Kline Joan Solomon 

Harry Cabral Mary Jane Krensky Jane Sparkman 

Barbara Cherry Bobby Laga-^de Walt Spence 

Elizabeth Cook Ronnie Larla Josie Spitz 

Voss Cooksey Loftre Lee Bettie Stoner 

Margaret Conder William Long Norma Sfratz 

Bayles Conley Max Miller Ting Steele 

Robert Cox Betty Malone Clay Talbot 

Joan Donaldson Donald Maynard Kitty Thornton 

Struby Drumm Hank Millon Jean Tuberville 

Phallie Evans Richard McCutchen Jackie VizzinI 

Mary Finley Johnny McLaughlin Helen Werim 

Margie Gandolpho George Newborn Mary Williamson 
Johnny Gleason Bob Parsons Herb Wren 

Tommy Green Ha' Peck Charlie Wilson 

isabelle Peal 
Sreenbackers, honorary organization for promoting 
school spirit, has enjoyed an extreniely successful 
year in fostering various student activities. To begin 
the year a "Get Acquainted Dance" was held for the 
Freshmen and new students. During the football sea- 
son weekly bonfires were sponsored, and green 
freshman caps were sold before each game. For 
Homecoming a "shirt-tail parade" was held on 
Canal Street, and prior to the Ole Miss game a 
large mock football signed by students of the Uni- 
versity was presented to Coach Frnka and the team 
as a symbol of the school's loyalty and support. 
Throughout the year Green backers continued to en- 
co'Lrage an Interest in the various' intercollegiate 
sports, such as putting on short skits between the 
halves of several of the basketball games. For the 
third consecutive year the organization sponsored 
a sorority and fraternity singfest. Greenbackers takes 
an active part in life on the campus, and Is ready 
v/hen called upon to help with other functions. 



So few smiles for so much spirit 





Formidable Group of Eager Beavers 



OFFICERS 

CY COURTNEY President 

EMMETT BRADFORD HOLBROOK Vice-President 

BLAKE WEST Secretary 

MARILYN GOLL Treasurer 

TOM POWER . Mahout 

TOM LEACH Sergeant*At-Arms 

BILL FANT Membership 



1948-1949 found TUSK looking forward to better days of 
school spirit. With plans of the Alumni and the Board 
of Trustees looking to the construction of more dormi- 
tories for men and women on the campus, and a 
consequent closer binding of the Student Body of Tulane, 
the plans and functions of the Kulb were based on the 
future, attempting to Iron out wrinkles of coordination 
among the school spirit organizations on the campus. 

The first of these was the formation of the Pep Com- 
mittee, tentatively composed of the three nuclear organ- 
izations — Greenbackers. Cheerleaders and TUSK. First sug- 
gested by Tom Power, past president of TUSK, and 
encouragingly coordinated by Claude Simons, Jr., Direc- 
tor of Student Activities, the committee acted as a unit 
In planning bonfires, rallies, parades, and publicity for 
the terrific teams fielded by Tulane In all sports this 
year. 

The second plan was the orientation movie for Tulane 
students, which was to take the place of the conducted 
tours of the campus. The third TUSK proiect was the 
starting of the card display sections, which were fashioned 
after those of other Universities for the football season 
and the BLOCK "T" for the basketball gym, composed 
of Newcomb girls. 

The main function of the organization has been to 
help instil in the Tulane student a feeling of oneness with 
the University and a pride In the traditions of one of 
the leading educational institutions of America. 




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OFFICERS 

JAMES D. SCHNEIDER President 

E. LEE MOWE Vice-President 

LEATRICE GERSTENBLITH . . Secretary-Treasurer 



Arthur S. Barron 
Deborah N. Berry 
Virginia P. Bowen 
Claire J. Courtney 
Clive S. Cummis 
Brooke H. Duncan II 
Clinton W. Effinger 
Florence Effinger 
Sarah Virginia Frederic 
Lea trice Gerstenblith 
Shirley A. Grau 



MEMBERS 

Erv/in R. Johnson 
Anthony J. Lowe 
Warren A. Mix 
E. Lee Mows 
Charles R. Murphy 
Noel E. Parmentel 
Angelo S. Pirozzi 
Mary hi. Rohrberger 
James D. Schneider 
Louis J. Vergne 



The purpose of the International Relations Club 
is to instruct and enlighten student opinion in 
current events. The members endeavor to accom- 
plish this by becoming acquainted with the po- 
litical ideas of nations of the world. Membership 
entitles a student to use all books furnished the 
club by the Carnegie Peace Foundation. 



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Fostering International Understanding 





"My Party Friends and Countrymen . 



FORUM BOARD 

VIRGINIA COLEBECK Chairman 

Ann Colebeck Mary Withers 

John Marque Noel Dillard 

Hugo Wedemeyer ■ Rosemary Kenety 

The Forum, a non-membership organization, 
holds weekly lecture-discussion meetings on 
topics of general interest. Meetings, which are 
open to the public, are held informally in 
the Student Center Lounge on Tuesday nights. 
A guest speaker first presents his point of 
view, and the floor Is then thrown open for 
discussion. The Forum thus affords students an 
opportunity to discuss topics of current Interest 
with authorities in the field. Some of the topics 
arousing the most lively campus interest this 
year were: "States' Rights and White Su- 
premacy," "Wallace and a Third Party," "The 
Woman's Place," "Existentionalism," and "Aca- 
demic Freedom — Can Teachers be Commu- 
nists?" 



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From liHle sprouts big carnivals grow 




OFFICERS 

G. TORRIE JONES President 

EDWARD NED LAMBREMONT Vice-President 

TOMMIE BIRDWELL Recording Secretary 

CHARLIE RAMOND Corresponding Secretary 

THEO e. SMITH Treasurer 







MEMBERS 






D 


Andrews 


N. Tordon 


A. 


Ortega 


R. 


Bahan 


C. Halenjos 


R. 


Parsons 


T. 


Beal 


R. Hargrave 


B. 


Paxton 


F. 


Bell 


J. B. Jones 


P. 


Perrett 


T. 


Birdwell 


G. T. Jones 


C. 


K. Ramond 


G 


Bynum 


L. Kerner 


S. 


Schwam 


P. 


Dastugue 


E. N. Lambremont 


L. 


Salmon 


C. 


Delaup 


K. Landry 


T. 


Sisson 


G 


Delery 


R. Mars+on 


G 


Sladovich 


F. 


Evans 


W. Mix 


T. 


G. Smith 


P 


Fran+z 


R. Moreaux 


M 


Williams 


R. 


H. Fuselier 


D. Muller 


G 


Wimbish 


D. 


Garrett 


W. Oberhelman 







TORRIE JONES 
President 



Founded ai Lafayette College, Easton, Pa. in 1925, Alpha Phi Omega is a Na- 
tional Service Fraternity composed of college and university men who desire to carry 
into their campus life the ideals and principles of Scouting. 

Gamma Upsilon chapter. In carrying out its program of service to school and 
community during the 1948-49 session, conducted an information both for freshmen 
and newcomers to the campus, ushered at Easter Sunrise Services and the spring 
concert, and sponsored the traditional "Ugly Mug Contest," also, the University 
Chest Drive in which fraternities, sororities, and campus organizations participated. 

A spirit of achievement, plenty of fun, and good fellowship prevailed at the 
annual banquet. 



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OFFICERS 



PHILIP P. SLIPAKOFF 

President 



PHILIP P. SLIPAKOFF President 

BERND FALK Vice-President 

LEE BUDDECKE Secretary 



OTTO J. GROVER . 
LOUiS BROWNLEE . 
JAMES CRONVICH. 



. Activities Manager 
. . Program Manager 
. . . Faculty Adviser 



Olin D. Albright 

William "Eddie" Andrews 

Franklin G. Bolinger (W8YE 

Gus Boyd 

Ralf Brown (W5LKH) 

Louis Brownlee (W5NNW} 

Raymond J. Bruker 

Lee Buddecke (W5NIN) 

Al. Buston (W7GLC) 

James Cronvich {W5FZW) 

Bob L Drake 

Seymour J. Dreyfous 

Bo Eaton {W50YD) 



MEMBERS 

Bernd Falk (W5KXP} 
Abe Friedman 
H) Molse H. Goldstein 
Vincent L. Goodman 
Otto J. "Bud" Grover 
Roy Hagan 
George A. Hero 1 1 1 
Paul Jensen (V/5JWX) 
Marvin N. Lichenstein 
Richard Maxwell (W5HTU) 
Edward A. Melcher 
James Murphy 
Richard James Norton 



Stan Pulitzer (W5JYK) 

L. Pasos 

Ben Sale 

Fred Schmidt (WSGV/Z) 

Howard Schriefter (W5ISF) 

Phil Sllpakoff 

Jack Tallant (W5HLH) 

Bob Thompson 

Ralph L. Tyler 

Clem Weston, Jr. (W5KUW) 

Sam Wilson 

Arrdy Wohlert 

J. H. Vanos (W5AND) 



•Those listed with station behind their names are licensed amateurs. 

During the past year the Tulane University Amateur Radio Club sponsored a program of 
activities which was extended to include all divisions of the University. Code and theory classes 
for prospective amateurs were set up and conducted by the Club. Messages were handled from 
Tulane students to their homes as well as messages between Tulane and Georgia Tech during 
the football game between the two schools. 

An experimental television station, the first in the South, was set up by members of the 
Club in coniunction with the Physics Dept. and operated under the club's license, W5YU. 
New transmitters were put on the air and much government surplus electronic equipment was 
converted by members of the club for amateur use. 

A main project of the Club was the International Federation of University Radio- Clubs 
which will eventually bring together all university radio clubs in this country and elsewhere 
and will sponsor intercollegiate tournaments and schedules over the air. 

Movies were held at frequent intervals at club meetings and several prominent radio people 
addressed the club. Discussions on various phases of amateur radio were held throughout the 
year. A regular schedule of operation of the club's station, W5YU, in the Physics Building, 
was put into effect. 

The club stressed emergency preparedness this year and several pieces of emergency equip- 
ment were assembled. Checks were made to determine the effectiveness of the emergency 
equipment. The club affiliated itself with the American Radio Relay League and is taking part 
In the League's emergency preparedness program. 

Club members have been able to communicate with other amateurs scattered all over the 
world through the Club's station in the Physics Building. Many Interesting and novel contacts 
were made during the year and several new foreign countries have been added to" the Club's 
list of foreign contacts. 



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OFFICERS 

GROVER TRAMWELL President 

G. SCHWARZENBACH Vice-President 

JOAN GRATTAN Corresponding Secretary 

LORELEI CARROLL Recording Secretary and Treasurer 



The Mathematical Wizards 



Bill Aicklen 
Richard E. Allan 
Betty R. Barrere 
Beverly Becker 
Earl T. Ballanger 
Henry Boesch 
Pa^^icia A. Burke 
Lorelei G. Carroll 
Barbara Cohen 
W. L. Duren, Jr. 
Ethel Eaton 
J. W. Ellis 
Emien J, Ftsher 
Hans Felblemann 
Marguerite Galloway 
H . G i I m o re 
Joan Grattan 
Moise H. Goldstein 



MEMBERS 

Emile C. Hattier 
Manuel Head 
G. Hirsch 
John Hobsen 
John Hodges 
E. Hullinghoist 
Dot Jung 
James Kennedy 
Anthony J. La Roc 
Joan Landry 
Ferdinand K, Levy 
Robert Longmire 
Leslie Longshore 
Tom Louis 
Clyde McDonald 
Louis S. Miller 
Frank McMillan 
Milton Morrison 



Richard Mouledous 
Walter Nunn, Jr. 
Parks B. Pedrick, Jr. 
J. M. Pessin 
B. J. Pettis 
Robert Pfister 
Clay Pinner 
L. Scmeed 

Gayle Schwa rzen bach 
Beryl Stall 

D. J. Tallant 
J. F. Thompson 
Grover Trammell 
Drury W. Wall 
A. D. Wallace 

E. Wohlert 
Flora Zelgler 



To foster and maintain interest In mathematics 
among the students of Tulane and Newcomb con- 
tinued to be the motivating force behind the Tulane 
Math Club. 

Organized seven years ago by W. L. Duren, the 
Club presents to students the opportunity to hear 
and give talks on the so-called "popular" subjects 
of mathematics. This year, under the leadership of 
Grover Trammell, and with the assistance of Dr. J. 
Thompson, student participation was placed on a 
competitive basis by Institution of the Math Club 
Prize, to be awarded at the end of each year to 
the student member giving the best talk. 





They Loolc so Phizzy-cal 



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OFFICERS 

BENJAMIN R. STRONG President 

EDWARD R. FREITAG . . Vice-President 

JOHN M. MIAZZA . Recording Secretary 

DESSAMAE HART Corresponding Secretary 

DR. MALCOLM L RANDOLPH Faculty Advisor 



MEMBERS 



Dr. Joseph C. Morris 
Dr. J. J. Kyame 
Dr. J. Karlem Riess 
Jack E. Baudean 
Bernard Borle 
John L. Braud 
W. Cameron Byrne 
Harry C. Dauberr 
Richard G. Davis 
Harvey J. Fitzpt>.trick 



Donald Garrett 
Norman A. Greco 
Leonore Gutierrez 
Paul H. Lorraln 
Robert McP. Montgomery 
David Schaef-fer 
Fred Schmidt 
Powell B. Stokes 
T. Todd Reboul 
Ballard Tebo 



The Physics Club made Its appearance on the 
campus in the Spring of 1948. It was organized by 
a group of graduate and undergraduate students 
in Physics to foster and promote Interest and ac- 
tivity in the field of Physics. Membership is open 
to students, alumni, and staff members of the 
University Interested In the field. Its major activi- 
ties have been periodic programs involving lec- 
tures and demonstrations concerning recent work 
of general Interest. 





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1948-49 officers are Margaret Cuneo, President; Paul 
Brosman, Jr., Vice-President; Ethel Bronstein, Recording 
Secretary; Daniel Wogan, Treasurer; and Allen Gerrard, 
Assistant Treasurer. 



Is That Napoleon in the Back Row 



Viron Barnhlll 
Etfiel Bronstein 
Paul Brosman, Jr, 
Gloria Buzzelle 
Margaret Cuneo 
Jack Davis 
Simone Delery 
Adele Drouet 
Lionel Durel 
John Englekirk 
Donald Fabian 
Maud Ellen Farra 
Allen Gerrard 



MEMBERS 

Frank Goldman 
William Heald 
William Hunter 
Anna Frances Jones 
Helen Jordan 
Clara Landry 
Dagmar LeBreton 
Ondlna Lombardero 
Juanlta Martinez 
Richard McCutchen 
Panos Morphopoulos 
Manson Myers 
Zolla Nelken 
Victor Oelschlager 



Otto Ollvera 
Gladys Renshaw 
O'Nell Richard 
Andrew Romeo 
Charles Sllln 
William Smith 
William Smither 
John Talmage 
Miriam Thompson 
Richard Thorpe 
Cora Elizabeth Turner 
Daniel Wogan 
Martha Worthlngton 



Pill _Sigma Iota was founded at Allegheny College In 
October, 1922 and became a national society on April 
7, 1925. with the Installation of Beta chapter at the 
-Pennsylvania State College, The purposes and Ideals 
established at the beginning are still the guiding prin- 
ciples of +he more than forty active chapters of the 
Society. Phi Sigma lota encourages high scholarship and 
individual research In the field of the Romance languages 
and -Literatures and the promotion of amity between our 
nation and the nations using these languages. It rewards 
outstanding attainments In the field by admitting to 
membership college teachers and the very best advanced 
students of the Romance languages. 

Phi Kappa chapter was Installed at Tulane In 1947 
largely through the efforts of Dr, Victor Oelschlager, who 
became the first president. At the monthly chapter 
meetings scholarly papers are presented and discussed 
by the members. The outstanding undergraduate paper 
of the year is selected to represent the chapter In the 
annual National Essay Contest sponsored by the Society. 
One" member Is also chosen to represent Phi Kappa as a 
delegate to the National Convention held every three 
years. 





Ach ja! Die Deu+schen 



OFFICERS 

JAMES W. HOLMES President 

LORELEI CARROLL Vice-President 

HANS W. FEI6ELMANN Secretary-Treasurer 

STEVAN A. COLEMAN Faculty Advisor 

MEMBERS 

D. Albright D. H. Helms, Jr. 
L, Bell J. W. Holmes 
Bobbie Sue Blanchard Rita Krestensen 
Karin Brandt D. Lago 

L. R. Brown R. J. Liplnski 

P. J. CangelosI M. A. Madoff 

R. Crawford A. H. Malus 

W, L. Crull Trudy Mlangolarra 

E. Dakutis Mrs. M. T. Moseley 
S. J. Danna B. Okel 

N. A. Davis R. L. Parsons 

H. Efron E. D. Pence, Jr. 

W. R. Eisner J. H. Phillips 

Dr. U. Fehlau C. Rolland 

H. W. Felbelmann R. J. Sehllnger 

W. E, Franklin. Jr. Darathy Simons 

Margot Frantzen Beth Smith 

A. R. Frederlckson O. R. Smith. Jr. 

L. Freese F. S. Stockwell 

R. Gluffria S. L. Vail 

W. Goedecke E, VanAmerongen 

M. Groben P. Warren 

J. Harris Dorothy Wild 

N. I. Hart J. V^Ittman 

J. Harwell J. L. Wright 

The German Club was organized at Tulane to 
cultivate among the students a wholesome Interest in 
the German language by the presentation of German 
speakers, German films, and other entertainments. 

The club got into full swing at the beginning of the 
year with the Initial meeting being held at the 
Deutches Haus. Plans were carried out for Increasing 
the active membership of the club, and Ideas are 
being formulated for more diversified entertainment 
for the coming year. 





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OFFICERS 

CHARLES F. FEE President 

ROBERT S. KLINE Vice-President 

NICKOLAS J. SCHREIBER Secretary-Treasurer 



Have You Any Oil in Your Backyard 



MEMBERS 



Phillip J. Scirotino 
Larry Usner 
John M. Carstens 
Joseph D. Williamson 
Leonard J. Autin 
Salvador T. Cristina 
Thomas P. Crozat 
Robert Seneres 



Richard H. Hasse 
H. L Hawkins 
William S. Jameson 
Guy B. Mioton 
John G. G'Hern 
Hayward R. SantaCruz 
Ralph L. Tyler 
Reginald C. Wagner 



PROFESSORS AND ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 

John McCampbell Rhinehart Steinmayer 

G.E.O. is a fraternity founded for the pur- 
pose of honoring students of outstanding ac- 
tivity and scholastic ability in the study of 
geology. The fraternity endeavors to bring to 
the campus prominent geologists to lecture, 
and It sponsors field trips to local sites of 
geologic interest. 





Helping solve our social problems 



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OFFICERS 

DOT SIMONS President 

JANET KERLIN Vice-President 

JOAN SOLOMON Secretary 

CHARLES SHEPHARD Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Jeanne Amis Joyce Mulberg 

Dot Baer Blanche Myers 

Lucy Barrett Dot Myers 

Leone Block Rosemary Norton 

Josepti Cangleosi Anna Pandisio 

Jack Circle Beryl Rusakoff 

Noel Dillard Marietta Scheh 

John Duarte Myron Sheinfeld 

Clinton Effinger Charles Shephard 

Mary Hanneman Dorothy Simons 

R. Hayman Thomas Sissons 

Norman hiyams Joan Solomon 

Mary Jackson Sylvia Solomon 

Edward Johnson Jocelyn Spitz 

Janet Kerlin Kate Talbot 

Delores Krasne Martha Ann Taylor 

Betty Lamar Allen Tishman 

John Lour Madeline Tuminello 

E. A. Lott John Wohl 

David Lowry Arthur Weissman 

Marguerita Maldonado Daniel Wilson 

Jane Marriott Martha Zilberman 
Warren Mix 

The membership of the Sociology Club consists of 
students from both the Newcomb and Tulane Sociology 
departments and other interested students from allied 
fields. 

This club v«as organized in 1944 with a two-fold purpose: 
to foster an interest in Sociology and to allow those 
interested individuals an opportunity to meet and ex- 
change ideas. 

The Sociology Club meets once every two weeks and 
at these meetings a guest speaker is usually present. The 
members also have several parties during the year. 



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EMILE de ARMAS 

President 



OFFICERS 

EMILE de ARMAS President 

JOHN G. WARREN Vice-President 

ROBERT N. WALSH Secretary 

MARK P. LOWREY Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Ervin M. Arata John McK Huddles+on, Jr. Walter J. Rooney, Jr. 

Lyie L. Barre James H. Kennedy Charles J. Rowe 

William J. Berg Gordon I. Kuhne Burl R. Sammons 

Raymond J. Boudreaux Kenneth C. Landry Albert J. Saputo 

William R. Brockway Ben K. Lohman hlarrison J. Schouest, Jr 

Harold C. Brumfield Marie P. Lowrey Frank R. Seavey 

Benedict J. Cimini, Jr. O. Ray Martin Suzanne L. Sere 

John W. Davis Lemuel W. McCoy Wilbur D. Starr 

Emile de Armas Jesse O. Morgan, Jr. Leonard Tate 

Frank T. Edson Salvatore C. Moschella Robert N. Walsh 

Milton hi. Finger Raymond E. Parkhurst John G. Warren 

Elmer hi. Flair John D. Parrish Thomas F. Williams 

Phares A. Frantz Don B. Pfefferle William H. Woodward 

Corrie P. Garms Mildred Poplcin Charles F. Wusthoff 

William P. Howard, Jr. Philip H. Roach, Jr. 

The Tulane Chapter of the American Institute of Architects was organized on 
January 6, 1947 for the purpose of establishing a liason between the student and 
the practitioner. Its membership is limited to third, fourth, and fifth year architecture 
students. 

The Society represents the school in all matters relating to the profession, finds 
employment in architectural offices for students during summer months and in gen- 
eral seeks to elevate the standards of the profession by stressing higher scholastic 
requirements. 



The Class of the Architects 





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OFFICERS 

ANDREW M. WOHLERT 
Chairman 

DANOEL H. VLIET 
Vice-Chairman 

DONALD W. URQUHART 
Secretary 

BONNIE E. JOHNSON 
Treasurer 



MEMBERS 

W. E. AicUen 

A. J. Bartlett 
L. J. Bateman 
H.J. Dalio 

S. J. Dreyfus 
Bernd Falk 
G. W. Flach 
Lin Ceo Gee 
M. H. Goldstein. Jr. 
V. L. Goodman 
H. L. Hammett, Jr. 
E. C. Hattier 
M. G. Hays 
M. A. Head 
J. A. Helmer 
G. A. Hero, ill 
E.J. Himel 

B. E. Johnson 

A. J. LaRocca 
R. F. Maxwell 
P. D. McHugh 
W. W. McKernan 
P. A. O'Donnell 
M. N. Padwa 

G. E. Pearce 
Cornelius Parkins 
N. L. Sandelin 
G. C. Schroeder 
D. H. Vllet 
I. O. Vogt 
N. P. Watz 

B. A. Welsfeld 
A. M. Wohlert 
L. B. Wooten 
J. W. Elder 

The Tulane University Student 
Branch of the American Institute 
of Electrical Engineers provides 
the electrical engineering student 
with a society whose activities par- 
allel those of societies of profes- 
sional englnee'-s. Student members 
come in contact with practicing 
engineers and their problems 
through technical study groups 
and ioint meetings with the grad- 
uate branch of the A.I.E.E. 

Technical activities conducted 
by the student branch of the 
A.I.E.E, are the presentation of 
student papers, the showing of 
technical movies and field trips 
1o industrial plants. Social activi- 
ties consist of dances, wiener 
roasts and participation in the 
annual Engineer's Day skit and 
dance. 




Alcklen, Barflett, Bateman, Dreyfus, Elder, Falk, Goldstein, Gee, Hammett, Hattier, Hays, Head, Helmer, Himel, Johnson, Maxwell, Mc- 
Kernan, Pearce, Perkins, Schroeder, Vllet. Vogt. Wall, Weisfeld. Wohlert. 



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OFFICERS 

E. J. HEBERT President 

W. E. S. HANSEN Vice-President 

H. C. MALCHOW Secretary-Treasurer 

MR. F. W. MACDONALD Faculty Advisor 



MEMBERS 






F. A. Bell, Jr. 


G 


M. Suetig 


J. C. Bernard 


K. 


F. Gumnick 


L. Bodet 


N 


F. Hymel 
B. Jeffrey 


W. C. Bonie 


J. 


E. J. Brinkman 


J. 


J. Krebs. Jr. 


T. M. Burke 


H 


F. Le Mieux 


W. H. Butts 


J. 


P. McNamara 


A. R. Catik 


J. 


E. Meeks 


J. T. Chambers, Jr. 


W 


D. Miller 


W. R. Culpepper 


K. 


C. Overall 


F, J. Dalia 


J. 


L. Parker 


D. J. Daniels 


K. 


Petti e 


R. E. Du Frechou 


M 


J. Ruck 


L. L, Ellzey 


A. 


J. Simoneaux 


R. E. Evans 


R. 


K. Smith 


L. E. Flotte, Jr. 


M 


M. Snelling 


F. S. Foster, Jr. 


.S 


R. Stapleton 


1. R. Foster, Jr. 


D 


E. Stevens 


M. M. Sauthier 


G 


J. Sullivan 


W. D. Grindl 


W 


D. Weidner 



The American Society of Civil Engineers Is primarily 
a technical organization which strives to advance its 
student members both professionally and socially. 

Professional advancement stems from the contacts with 
prominent practicing engineers who attend the monthly 
meetings as guest speakers. Frequent field inspection 
trips to local construction sites aid the members In their 
application of textbook theory. 

Representing the school of civil engineering, ASCE 
sponsors Its own social events to further friendship 
among Its members and takes an active part in the sup- 
port of worthy activities sponsored by the university. 



The campus surveyors 





McCrary got an eyeful of chemistry 



OFFICERS 

ALTON LANDRY President 

PIERRE HOLLOWAY Vice-President 

JAMES McCRARY Treasurer 

HAROLD MOKE Secretary 

DR. F. M. TAYLOR Faculty Advisor 

MEMBERS 

George G. Lambousy William C. Morel William A. Leftwich 

John G. LIpps, Jr. Thomas E. Louis William E. McWhirter 

John R, McLaughlin James W. McCrary, Jr. Pierre E. Holloway 
John W. Anderson Edward S. Atkinson Alton A. Landry 
Angelo V. GracI, Jr. R. L, Dahlberg Roger Knox 

Herbert P. GracI Thomas S. Allen Hector S. Valencia 

Frank R. Groves, Jr. Vernon L. Parrlsh Harold Moke 

Joe Landwehr 
This year marks the lOfh anniversary of the Ameri- 
can Institute of Chemical Engineers on the Tulane 
campus. The Tulane chapter was organized in March 
1938. and Its first full school term was 38-39. In that 
year Professor Williamson and a group of students 
obtained a charter from the national headquarters 
and organized the nucleus of the present chapter. 
Time has changed the names on the membership 
roll, but under the guidance of Dr. Taylor our faculty 
advisor, our chapter has forged ahead and main- 
rained the ideals and standards of our predecessors. 
Membership In the "Institute" is open to all 
students interested In chemical engineering. The ad- 
vancement of interest in the field of chemical engi- 
neering and the achievement of high scholastic 
standards among the students in the school of 
chemical engineering are the ultimate obiectlves of 
the organization. 

Activities of the "Institute" Include lectures, nnovles, 
and field trips encouraging student interest In the 
profession. The "Institute" further creates a means of 
contact between the undergraduate and the practic- 
ing engineer. All this helps to breach the gap be- 
tween the class room theory and actual industrial 
practice. 

Although technical in nature, the "Institute" spon- 
sors social events which serve to strengthen the ties 
of friendship among the members. The chapter is 
also interested in aiding the students to realize their 
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OFFICERS 

ALTON A. LANDRY President 

JOHN W. ANDERSON Vice-President 

ROBERT A. LONGMIRE Reporter 

ANGELO V. GI?ACL JR Recorder 

W. K. WITHERSPOON .... Master of Ceremonies 

NEVILLE CULL Alumni Secretary 

PIERRE E. HOLLOWAY Historian 

DR. D. A. SHIRLEY Chapter Advisor 

MEMBERS 

John W. Anderson Alton A. Landry F. J, Monteleone 

r. M. Birdwell Joseph C. LandwehrC. E. Owens 

Fred E. Bennet, Jr. Bruce LeBlanc Jose L. Perdomo 

Neville Cull John G. Lipps, Jr. W. Lee Poe 

Robert J. French Robert A. Lonqmire George A. Schmit 

R. B. Galbrefh Thomas E. Louis George K. Shaw 

Ted Goreau Robert B, Marston Sidney Vail, Jr. 

Angelo V. Graci, JrJ. R. McLaughlin Larry Webb 
Pierre E. Holloway W. E. McWhirter W. K. Witherspoon 
George G. Lambous>Alfred P. Mills Paul Yeats 

H. _C. Moke 
Alpha Chi Sigma is a professional chemical frater- 
nity open to qualified men in chemistry and chemical 
engineering. 

The Alpha Tau Chapter was organized at Tulane In 
the spring of 1928. 

The three objects of the fraternity are: 

1. To bind its members with a tie of true and 
lasting friendship. 

2. To strive for the advancement of Chemistry 
both as a science and a profession. 

3. To aid its members by every honorable means 
in the attainment of their ambitions as chemists 
throughout their lives. 

Active participation in Alpha Chi Sigma does not 
cease with the graduation of the student member. No 
matter where he seeks employment he will be close 
enough to one of the 29 professional chapters to share 
in its activities. 

The Alpha Tau Chapter sponsors annually a fresh- 
man essay contest in Chemistry at Tulane. It also 
sponsors a safety program and maintains a display 
case in the Richardson Chemistry Building. 



Chemistry or Schuffle-board 





Who said good-looking girls didn't talce chemistry? 



OFFICERS 

GAYLE M. 5CHWARZENBACH .... President 

GEORGE K. SHAW Vice-President 

GEORGE G. LAMBOUSY Secretary 

STANFORD P. HERRON Treasurer 

One ot the newest organizations of the Tulane- 
Newcomb campus is the Student Affiliates of the 
American Chemical Society, which was established 
here during the summer session of 1945. With Dr. 
John Scott as its faculty advisor, the group func- 
tions to stimulate interest In the more modern ad- 
vances in chemistry. Members have the oppor- 
tunity to learn, and to express themselves in the 
various branches of their chemical interests by the 
presentation of originally prepared papers, and by 
informal discussions. 





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JESSE O. MORGAN 

President 



OFFICERS 

JESSE O. MORGAN. JR President 

DONALD B. PFEFFERLE .'.... Vice-P e den 

WILLIAM R. BROCKWAY Secrets™ 

KENNETH C. LANDRY TrelTuVJ, 

BENEDETTO J. CIMINI Seraeant /t Arm^ 

PROF. CHARLES R. COLBERT ■.■.■.■.■.■.■.■.-.■ .' .' .' .' .' .Faculty Ad^i=°' 

MEMBERS 

J. B Adams J. T. Fulco C. J. Rowe L. J. Guido 

E. M. Arata W. J. Galloway B. L. Sammons W T Guild 

H. Barkley L. A. Garcia A. J. Saputo W J Hess 

,., ; ^^'"^ '"■ ''• Garms H. J. Schouest J. F. Hester 

y- J- Berg J E Hand S. L. Sere J. McK. Huddleston 

■J- B. Blitch W. P. Howard R. Z. Smith R D Irvine 

E. J. Bondurant R. B. Hunter W. D. Starr R E Kellogg 

R. J. BoudreauK J. H. Kennedy A. D. Steinberg I. J Kohler 

W. R. Brockway G. I. Kuhne L. Tate E. Konchagulian 

H. C. Brumtield K. C. Landry E. Van Amerongen T. S. Meric 

B. J. Callarie J. A. Lizarraga L. F. Wagner C E Murphv 

W. R. Campbell B. K. Lohman R. N. Walsh l.'A'Ochsner 

B. J. Cimini M. P. Lowrey J. C. Warren P M O'Neat 

N. G. Colthap L. W. McCoy T. F. Williams W W Paine 

K. S. Conley O. R. Martin W. H. Woodward J C Path 

J. W. Davis J, O. Morgan, Jr. C. F. Wusthoff G E Plaxco 

E. de Armas S. W. Moschella E. Bentin E Polits 

J- T. Dent G. R. Murrell J. W. Bilotta R. D. Reed 

H. Diaz R. E. Parkhurst J. F. Brennan W. T Schmitt 

F. J. Dreyfous J. D. Parrish T. G. Chachere R. L. Schroeder 
F- T- Edson D. B. Pfefferle R. A. Choat J. Shelton 

H. M. Favrot J. B. Reed H. S. Eichenbaum R D Seay 

M. H. Finger P. H. Roach J. B. Freret R. E. Triche 

E. H. Flair J. A. Romano R. Garland R D Wynne 

P. A. Frantz W. J. Rooney L. A. Goldstein J. R. Young 

The T.A.S., with membership open to all students in Architecture, is an organization 
whose purpose is to foster fellowship between the students in social and academic 
relationships, cooperation between the school and the students, and good-will be- 
tween the School of Architecture and the other Engineering Schools. 

T.A.S. founded in 1913 is one of the oldest organizations in the College of Engi- 
neering. 



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Not A Suit in the Bunch 



OFFICERS 

LOUiS WINGATE President 

ELLIOT HEBERT Vice-President 

LEM McCOY Secretary 

ROBERT OVERALL Treasurer 



Chester Alpaugh 
Henderson Barkley 
Jim Blitch 
Roger Cox 
Emile de Armas 
Johnny Elder 
Lyman Ellzey 
Tim Favrot 
Elmer Flair 
Phares Frantz 
Richard Fox 
Walter Gagnet 
Richmond Galbreth 



MEMBERS 

William Galloway 
Jeff Green 
Tom Green 
Karl Gumnick 
Wermund Hansen 
Elliot Hebert 
Pierre Halloway 
Don LaGarde 
Alton Landry 
Henry Lemieux 
Bob Longmire 
Lem McCoy 
John Meeics 



Jessie Morgan 
Guy Oliver 
Bob Overall 
Don Pfefferle 
Walter Rooney 
Sam Ross 
Dan Vliet 
Johnny Warren 
Bill Weidner 
Louis Wingate 
Andrew Wohlert 
Joseph Landwehr 



The Engineers' Technological Atelier was found- 
ed in 1936, and was originally called the Engi- 
neers' Trucking Association. The E.T.A. is an hon- 
orary society which sponsors the annual Engi- 



neer's forum and also sponsors the Engineer's 
smoker and the Engineers' day program whose 
high-light is the crowning of the queen of the 
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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL . 

WESLEY BOWMAN President 

ENLISTMENT VICE-PRESIDENTS . 

TOM QUALLS St. Charles Sunday School 

DOTTIE ANNE SMITH St. Charles B.T.U. 

TED LOWERY First Sunday School 

TOM KOLB First B.T.U. 

BILL CULPEPPER Valence and Other 

BILL JAMESON Social Vice-President 

ROSEMARY NORTON Devotional Vice-President 

JOAN ROEHL Secretary " 

HARRY ENSLEHARDT Publicity Director 

TOM SISSON Chapel Director 

MARY JACKSON Hostess-Librarian 

RUSSELL FOSTER Music Director 

EDGAR WHITFIELD Missions Director 

PHIL 8ULTMAN Inter-Faith Chairman 

DR. T. T. EARLE Faculty Advisor 

REV. E. V. APPLING Pastor Advisor 

MARY LEE VINES Student Secretary 

An organization which represents, includes, and unities 
all of the Baptist student activities on the campus, the 
Baptist Student Union seeks to preserve the relationship 
of the student with his church and to continue the 
religious education which his home church has begun. 
Thus, it acts as a connection link between the college 
and the church. 

Pledging itself to promote the Christian movement, 
and to spread the Christian spirit by all means and at 
ail times, the group welcomes those who share its ideals. 
In its various activities it desires to enlist Baptist students 
in a fellowship of church and social life; to unite the 
strength of the students in any program of special relig- 
ious emphasis which may be undertaken; to interpret the 
faith in a way pertinent to the needs of the day; and to 
unite the intellectual with the religious in such a way as 
to produce the Maximum Life. 



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OFFICERS 

DICK WILSON President 

HAROLD PIKE Vice-President 

JANET KERLIN Secretary 

DABNEY EWIN Treasurer 

BOB WITCHER Publicity Chairman 

THE REV. FR. ROBERT H. MANNING . . . Chaplain 

MEMBERS 

Lanier Allingham Mimi Murson 

Eugenia Baird Robert Mussnug 

Bernard Borie, Jr. Charlene McCorkle 

Dodle Brisby Pat O'Sullivan 

Lee Buddeke Wynne Pearce, Jr. 

Mary Frances Bu+ler Carolyn Petti ss 

Hunt Comer Harold Pike 

Micky Cote Mary Durland Sapp 

Jimmy Cravy Ann Sartain 

Yonnie Dahl Julian Sims 

Dabney Ewln Bob Smith 

Francis Ford Joyce Staba 

Joan Gillis Edward Bryan Turner 

James K. Goodlad Philip Watson 

Mary Grace Jack Wetnmann 

Janet Kerlin Helen Werlein 

Yvonne Lyie Richard Wilson 

Fleur Marcoux Robert Witcher 

Mary Mattage Shirley Young 
Hank Millon 

Canterbury Club is the official national organiza- 
tion of the Episcopal Church on the college campus. 
Every member or friend of the Church is eligible 
to participate in its program of worship, study, serv- 
ice and fellowship. 

Pending construction of the Francis Lister Hawks 
Student Center, the weekly Wednesday morning serv- 
ices of Holy Communion and Thursday evening meet- 
ings and discussion groups are held in the temporary 
Student Room, 7020 Zimple Street, corner Audubon. 

The services of the Chaplain are available to all 
students of ihe University. 



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OFFICERS 

HAROLD A. LEVEY, JR Presidenf 

LEON C. SOULE Vlce-Presidenh 

MYRA L. SCHWARTZ Recording Secretary 

FRED GUIDRY Corresponding Secretary 

PATSY JO McDowell Treasurer 

MRS. C. L. COATES Adviser 

MEMBERS 

Fred Guidry Myra L. Schwartz 

Frank M. Heroy, Jr. Leon C. Soule 

Stanley Kottemann Jack F. Steele 

Harold A. Levey, Jr. Norman R. Tilden 
Patsy Jo McDowell 

Christian Science Organization at the Tulane 
University of Louisiana was formed in Decem- 
ber. 1943, and is authorized by the Manual of 
The Mother Church, the First Church of Christ, 
Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts. Regular 
weekly testimonial meetings are held on the 
campus. Students and faculty members are 
invited to attend. 

The purposes of this organization are to 
unite the Christian Scientists within the Unl- 
ve"rsity in closer bonds of Christian fellowship, 
+0 welcome Christian Scientists entering the 
University; and to afford to the entire Uni- 
versity the opportunity to learn the truth about 
Christian Science as taught in the Christian 
Science textbooks, the Bible and "Science and 
Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary 
Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of 
Christian Science. 



Christian Science Organization 





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OFFICERS 

ALLEN SCHINDLER President 

LORRAINE FOX Vice-President 

MARILYN SOLL Recording Secretary 

SHIRLEY DUSSOR . . . Corresponding Secretar/ 
EMILE IBELE Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Betty Ruth Barrere Emile "Oats" Ibele 

Ed Bothe Dlclc Kerwoth 

Karin Brandt Elearnor Luecke 

Lorelei Carroll Jane Lee Luft 

Jim Daniels Billy Relnhardt 

Marilyn De Wint Norman Relslng 

Shirley Dussor Buddy Roepe 

Mitzi Evans Allen Schindler 

Lorraine Fox John Stewart 

Marilyn Goll Dan Wilder 

William Hagstette Flora Mae Zlegler 
Lothar Hornuff 

Gamma Delta Is a National Lutheran Fraternity 
founded In 1934. by representatives from twenty 
mid -western universities. The Alpha Upsilon chap- 
ter was started at Tulane in 1942 and since then 
has been one of the leading religious organizations 
here. Meeting on the first and third Wednesdays 
of each month, the group strives to maintain and 
encourage Lutheran fellowship on the campus. 
Although primarily for Lutheran students, It wel- 
comes members of all faiths who wish to join in 
their social and religious life, Pastoral advisor is 
Rev. Hugo Hartmann. 




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OFFICERS 

LOU WEINER President 

BENNETT WEINBAUM Vice-President 

ISABELLA BRAUDES Secretary 

BETTY CORNMAN Treasurer 

JOYCE MULBERG Elected member at large 

STANLEY RABIN Elected member at large 

MEMBERS 

Beryl Ames Mason Griff Beryl Rusakof 

Isabella Braudes Eli Harmon _ Gerson Saltz 

Maurice Burk Rosamond Harris Arthur Schor 

Joan Cahn Nathaniel Hart Gerald Scholsser 

Stanley Cantor Norman Hyams Stanley Schwa m 

Sheila Carmel Mervine Jankower Jack Sherman 

Eherd Cohen Mel Kahn Florence Siniarsky 

Ray Cohen Don Katz Irving Skiball 

Betty Cornman Leonard Koch Bertha Jean Stein 

Leonard Diamond Gertrude Koniarsky Art Steinberg 

Margaret Dingfelder Mary Jane Krensky Richard Steinberg 

Lawrence Dornfest Bertha Langer Earl Trachtenberg 

Myron Eichler Marilyn Lavigne Dave Tuman 

Steve Ellis Morrie Levy Bob Weihrauch 

Hans Feibleman Jerry Maliner Conrad Weil 

Barbara Fein berg Jordon Matlin Bennett Weinbaum 

Sandra Fichtner Given Midio Robert Weinreich 

Sewall Fine Joyce Mulberg Lou Wiener 

Shirley Finkelstein Alex Newman Selwyn Willig 

Dorothy Fisher Ann Pake Abe Winter 

Henry Freedman Morton Pepper Joe Wolf 

Ruth Fry Mildred Popkin Harry Yoffee 

Don Salient Stanley Rabin Edward Zaita 

Leatrice Gerstenblith Myron Rappaport Herbert Zeffert 

Marvin Gluckstern Walter Re iter 

The Hillel Councellorship was founded at Tulane Uni- 
versity in March, 1947. Its purpose is to provide informa- 
tion on current Jewish problems and to give to Jewish 
students at Tulane and Newcomb a full religious life 
while at school. Although founded on this campus only 
two years ago, the group has already made great strides 
and has a full orogram planned. 



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OFFICERS 

CLINTON W. EFFINGER, III Captain 

SAM MATTINA 1st Lieutenant 

CHARLES MUTCHELL 2nd Lieutenant 

JOSEPH W. BALMER Ist/Sergeant 

MEMBERS 

Philip E. Albrecht Sam Mattina 

Joseph W, Balmer Arturo Munoz- Me Howes 

Peter H. Beer ^ Charles Mutchell 

Lawrence Campulfi Charles R, Murphy 
Henry G. Casserleigh, Jr. . Sam F. Parker 

Ray S. Clement Russell L. Parpal 

Bernard J. Conroy Russell M. Porter 

Robert L. Douglas John R, Rarick 

Clinton Ward Effinger, III Charles C. Sarrls 

Charles S, Fontelieu James D. Schneider 

Lyie J. Garitty Louie T. Shiell 

Frederick M. Guice Joseph E. Stockwell 

Randal A. Houldobre Ernest C. Walley 

Rivers R. King Eugene P. Walter 

Harvey F. A. Kreft William D. Wei! 

Wallace E. Mathes, Jr. Forrest C. Wilson 

Scabbard and Blade, national honorary military 
science society, was reactivated on the Tulane campus 
in 1948 after a period of wartime inactivity. At 
present, its rolls include thirty-seven members" chosen 
from outstanding cadet officers in the Air Force 
and Army Reserve Officer Training Corps. 

Scabbard & Blade has sponsored several projects 
concerning military education Jn this city. It planned 
and gave the second Annual Military Ball this year, 
In addition to a series of informal social events such 
as the "famous" DUKW rides. 

Under the guidance of its Captain, cadet Colonel 
Clinton W. Effinger. Ill, the Tulane Chapter. "E-S," 
has grown into a strong organization and a unifying 
force in the Air Force and Army R.O.T.C. units. 
Through its aid and influence. Scabbard & Blade 
has attempted to maintain the high level of military 
Iraining in the Tulane R.O.T.C. 






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OFFICERS 

JOHN C. DODT, III President 

FRANK M. CHALAIRE, III Vice-President 

GRACE SMITH Secretary 

ROBERT N. BOSE Treasurer 

GERALD H. SCHONEKAS, JR Marshall 

REV. MALCOLM B. STRASSEL Moderator 

COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 

ANN OLIVER Religious Activities 

SYDNEY SMITHERS Membership 

GUERLAIN BEAUCOUDRAY .... Social Activities 

ROBERT HARGRAVE Social Activities 

WILLIAM J. OBERHELMAN, JR. . House Committee 
THOMAS R. DRUHAN. JR. . . . Editor. "The News" 

R. LEE CARMEDELLE Business Manager 

LOYCE V. BROWNSON Publicity 

ALBERT A. DOSKEY Sports 

GAYLE SCHWARZENBACH Initiation 

ROBERT A. LONGMIRE Reception 

NICK J. GAGLIANO ._ Alumni 

The Newman Club this year again sponsored a pro- 
gram of fostering the religious, Intellectual, and 
social Interests of the 2000 Catholic students at Tulane. 
"Social Responsibilities of the Catholic Student" was 
the Club's theme for the year, along with the 450 
other Newman Clubs throughout the nation which 
comprise the Newman Club Federation. 

Club functions were held regularly nine times 
weekly. Dally rosary and weekly Communion were 
stressed; discussion classes in philosophy and moral 
theology were offered; and lectures by guest speakers 
were given at the weekly Tuesday afternoon meetings 
in Gibson Hall. In addition, the Club sponsored 
many other events — a retreat, two Days of Recollec- 
tion, a Christmas toy drive for orphans (which sup- 
plied three orphanages), and many social functions^ 
the Fourth Annual Newman Club Variety Show Night, 
a Hallowe'en party, Christmas caroling. Twelfth Night, 
a St. Valentine's Day party, MardI Gras truck ride 
in the Krewe of Orlenlans, and finally a May formal 
to end the year on a high note of activity and 
achievement. 



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OFFICERS 
GRADY HORNE President 

CATHERINE NAEF Vice-President 

JOAN DONALDSON Secretary 

JOYCE MYERS Treasurer 

The Wesley Foundation for 1948 and 1949 was 
sponsored by Mrs. Frances Pollard and had a suc- 
cessful year. The many activities held by the group 
were enjoyed by all who participated. Activities 
for the year included: wiener roasts and hay rides, 
square dances, and Saturday afternoon get-togeth- 
ers to listen to out of town football games. Each 
Thursday afternoon from 5 to 6 a meeting of the 
Foundation was held at which time outside speak- 
ers gave talks on topics of current Interest. 




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OFFICERS 

WARREN A. MIX President 

BETTY OEHMIS Vice-President 

LUCILLE BLAKE Recording Secretary 

JOYCE JOHNSON Corresponding Secretary 

ANNE McASKILL. JULES LIZARRAGA . Public Relations 

DEBORAH BERRY Social Chairman 

BOB PARSONS Interest Group Chairman 

BETSY GARRISON. . . Inter-Faith Council Representative 
WARREN A. MIX, . . Inter-Faith Council Representative 

MISS LOUISE McCOMB Counselor 

MEMBERS 

Doug Albright Billie Harper Bert Shrine 

Elizabeth Barkdull Betty Hennigar Gordon Sinclair 
Deborah Berry Phyllis Hobbs Caryl SmidI 

Lucille Blake Joyce Johnson Arthur Smith 

Bob Bland Aubrey Liggett Frank Smith 

Diane Burdett Flora Lockridge Blanche Snowden 

Nancy Burdett Marion Loehlin Marianne Sprinkle 

Mac Bulfoch, Jr. Bob McAfee Flora Talmage 

Shirley Claiborne Anne McAskill Letitia Torian 

Harris Copenhaver Doris McHan Don Trinkle 

Paul Dastugue Frank McMillen Ruth Washington 

Kay Davis Wilbur McMillan Barbara Watson 

Margaret Endress Morris Middleton Marie Watson 
McLain Forman Warren Mix Doug Watters 

Bobby Frederich Donald Muller Patricia Wei ton 
Roslfa Garcia Paul Newell Mariorie White 

Betsy Garrison Betty Oehmig Mary Whitehead 

Angellne Goodwyn Hope Reld Leigh Williams 

Emily Goss Virginia Provost Patricia Williams 

John Hagelin Adair Ramsay Robert WImberley 

David Hamilton Mary Rush Barbee Winston 

Sancy Hamilton Bill Schoenborn Allen Wright 

Fellowship Suppers once a month and "cokes and con- 
versation" once a month have been the two forms of 
meetings carried out this year by the Westminster Fel- 
lowship, the organization on campus tor all Presbyterian 
students. 

The Fellowship suppers held In the Educational Build- 
ing of the St, Charles Avenue Presbyterian Church, of- 
ficial designated church for Presbyterian student:, are 
planned, prepared, and served by the students them- 
selves. The supper Is followed by a recreation period 
which Includes such things as group singing and skits. 
The meetings are usually concluded by a student panel 
discussion, a guest speaker or a film. 

"Cokes and conversation" is an informal discussion 
group held in the Canterbury Club rooms on Zimple 
St. Discussions led by either professors or students rang- 
ing from personal problems to world affairs are held at 
these meetings. 

Other activities of the Fellowship include: the prepara- 
tion of a handbook "The Informer" for the new Presby- 
terian students, an "open house" in September, the 
furnishing of Sunday school teachers to the local church 
and outpost churches and other social activities. 




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OFFICERS 
JAMES B. BLITCH .... President 

KENNETH C. LANDRY . . . Vice-President 
SALVATORE MOSCHELLA . . . Secretary 
WILLIAM WOODWARD . Treasurer 

BUFORD L PICKENS . . , Faculty Member 
A. HERBERT LEVY Faculty Adviser 

J HERNDON THOMPSON Faculty Member 

MEMBERS 
Emile de Armas Jesse O. Morgan 

James B. Blitch Salvatore Moschella 

Raymond J. Boudreaux William Woodward 
Kenneth C. Landry 

The Gargoyle Society was founded at Cor- 
nell University in 1901, expanding Into a na- 
tional organization In 1917. The Tulane Chapter 
of Gargoyle, the national architectural honor 
society, was established In 1923. Membership 
in the society is the highest academic honor 
which a student of architecture at Tulane may 
attain. Qualifications for membership include 
high scholastic average and a demonstration of 
leadership in the profession of architecture. 
Members are selected from the 3rd, 4th, and 
5th year students of the School of Architec- 
ture. Active alumni make up the major pro- 
portion of the membership, carrying and sus- 
taining in the profession the Ideals and tradi- 
tions of the Society, and materially aiding in 
their perpetuation. The Tulane Chapter spon- 
sors an annual architectural design competition 
open to members of the sophomore and junior 
classes of the school. 





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OFFICERS 

WARREN A. MIX Chairman 

JANET KERLIN Secretary-Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

BAPTIST STUDENT UNION: Dan Powell, Miss 

Mary Lee Vines, adviser. 
CANTERBURY CLUB: Janet Kerlin, Bob Witch- 

er, and Rev. Bob Manning, adviser, 
HILLEL FOUNDATION: Margaret Dingfelder. 

Harlan Sindell, and Dr. Zolly Levin, adviser. 
GAMMA DELTA: Allen Schindler. 
WESLEY FOUNDATION: Grady Home, and 

Mrs. Pollard, adviser. 
WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP: Warren A. Mix, 

Jules Lizarraga, and Miss Louise McComb, 

adviser. 
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: Patsy McDowell, Hal 

Levey, and Mrs. Curtis Coats, adviser. 
DISCIPLES: Roland Blalock, and Rev. Carnie 

Burchan, adviser. 
CHANNING: Dick Thorpe, and Rev. Alfred 

Hobart, adviser. 

The Tulane University Inter-Fa If h Council, 
organized in January, 1949, and open to two 
representatives and an adviser from each re- 
ligious organization on the campus, has as its 
purpose the promotion of religious emphasis 
among students and an increased understand- 
ing on the part of students of the fundamental 
tenets of all faiths represented. The Council has 
as one of its annual projects the presentation 
of a Religious Emphasis Week, embracing ad- 
dresses by outstanding clergymen of all re- 
ligious backgrounds. 



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OFFICERS 

CLIVE CUMMIS President 

JAMES SCHNEIDER Vice-President 

JULIAN CAMPBELL Secretary-Treasurer 

DR. KALMAN SILVERT Faculty Advisor 



MEMBERS 



Elmer Freed 
Joseph Bloom 
William Gordy 
Juanita Weil 
Harry Cohen 
Elwood Rollins 
John Marque 
R. E. Johnson 
Noel E. Parmentel, 
Cllve S. Cummis 
Lionel Vasse 
Raphael Tuck 



Paul Brosman, Jr. 
Herbert Benefield 
James Schneider 
Wllburn Atkinson 
James Murphy 
Julian Campbell 
Kalman Silvert 
William Shaw 
Lennox Moak 
John Kieffer 
John Gillespie 
James Badeaux 



Pi Sigma Alpha Is a national, honorary, Political 
Science fraternity. Its purpose is to stimulate pro- 
ductive scholarship and intelligent interest in the 
subject of Government. Members are elected from 
honor students and members of the faculty in the 
field of Political Science. 



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G. F. Hcaney, Jr., U.S.A.-T.C; Lt. Col. W. F. Curry, U.S.A.F.; Lt. Col, F, L. Wood, Jr., 

U.S.A.F.; Mai. W. H. ICarstcdt, U.S.A.-T.C. 



COL. GEORGE F. HEANEY, JR., U.S.A.-T.C. 



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First row: Col. Clinton F. Effinger, III. Second row: Lt. Col. Nolan A. Theriot. Third 

row: Maj. Robert G. Marchelos, Rivers R. King, Joseph E. S+ockwell. Joseph S. Ward. 

Fourth row: M/Sgt. Philip E. Albrecht, M/Sgt. Ralph H. Loewenthal. 



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Sgt. Rizan, S. 3. 




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First Flight 

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M/Sgt. Wimberly. 3. G 


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2nd Lt. Beer, 
2nd Lt. Bulllu 


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/Sgt. Richardson, E. M. 




2nd Lt. Weil. W. 


Lt. Lazarre, M. M. 


Cpl. 
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ls+ Element 

Williams, W. L 
Fine, S. 3. 




Second Element 

Cpl. Johnson, E. R. 
Cpl. Rottienberg, M. 


Third Element 

Cpl. Boisfontaine, C. R. 
C. Cpl. Weil S. C. 


Cpl. 
Cpl. 
Cpl. 
Cpl. 
Cpl. 
Cpl. 


1st Element 

Rauch. J. B 
Eisenstein. R. 
Friedman^ W. 
Thorne, T. W. 
Buckland. A. C. 
Chonet, .H. E. 


Second Element 

Cpl. Waters. P. D. 


Third Element 

Cpl. Marcus, W. 


Cpl. 
Cpl. 
Cpl. 
Cpl. 


hlyams, J. L. 
Hyatt, A. W. 
Maniatis, J. J. 
Litner, P. H. 




Cpl. Joseph, E. 
Cpl. Cameron, C. Y 
Cpl. Yglesias, 1. A. 
Cpl. Morgan, J. L. 


Cpl. Cislak, C. W. 
Cpl. Eisner, W. R 
Cpl. Weinreich, R. A. 
Cpl. Murray, J. P. 


Cpl. Hyams, N. 
Cpl. Sindell, H, W. 
Cpl. Steele, J. C. 
Cpl. Miller, J. S. 


Cpl. Starks, R. F. 
Cpl. Newburn G. G 
Cpl. Sladovich, G. 
Cpl. Hammett, R. B 
Cpl. Smolen, D. R. 








Second Flight 












2nd 


Lt. Balmer, J W 




2nd Lt. Jacobs, J. J. 


M/Sgt. Franklin, H. J. 






Second Flight 






1st Element 




Second Element 


Third Element 


2nd 


Lt. Corbin, D. L. 


2nd Lt. Porter, M. M. 


M/Sgt. Monier, G. \ 


Cpl. 


Morales, P. H. 




Cpl. Wimbish, J. C. 


Cpl. Short. B. R. 




1st Element 


Second Element 


Third Element 


Cpl. 


Hammill, H. A 




Cpl. Livaudals. E. F. 


Cpl. Smelson, tH. 1. 


Cpl. 


Manuele, J. L. 


Cpl. Priede, F. 


Cpl. Randolph, J, T. 
Cpl, Matlin, J, S, 


Cpl. 


Willig, S. S 




Cpl. Gluckstern. M. 


Cpl. Berger, M. E. 


Cpl, 


Zisi, W. Z. 


Cpl. Comeaux . . L. 


Cpl. 


Ghesqulera, W. 


C. 


Cpl. Wilder, D. L. 


Cpl. Parker, L. F. 


Cpl. 


Vogt, W. M. 


Cpl. Cox. F. R. 


Cpl, Brownlee, H, L 


Cpl. 


Litt, Sol 




Cpl. Schiale, D. J. 


Cpl. Dryfuse. R. H. 
Cpl. Behrend, W. W 


Cpl. 


Carinhas, J. 3. 


Cpl. Harris, D. E. 


Cpl. Feldman, R S. 


Cpl. 


Solodner, L. 




Cpl, Ellis. S. E. 


Cpl. 


Guderian. R. J. 


Cpl. Beal, T. P. 


Cpl. Schneider. S. H 










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Capt. Walley, E. E. 



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2nd Lt. Schenk, T. 



Rrst Flight 



isi Element 

Cpl, Nixon, W. L. 

Cpl. Dumestre, L. J. 

Cpl. Lazard, S. H. 

Cpl. Hammett, D. A. 

Cpl. Hanley, C. M. 

Cpl. Harris. 0. J. 



2nd Lt. Small G. W. 

Ist Element 

Cpl. Joiner, B. J. 
Cpl. August, N. 
Cpl. Strauss, S. J. 
Cpl. Cohn, S. R. 
Cpl. Kempson, R. L. 
Cpl. Moll, M. N. 



M/Sgt. Alker, E. C. 

Second Element 

Cpl. Restum, .A. A. 
Cpl. Metzger, J. A. 
Cpl. Stern, R. L.. 
Cpl. Levy, D. L. 
Cpl. Willis, W. J. 
Cpl. Gordon, L. F. 

Second Fliqht 

2nd Lt. Guice, F. M. 

Second Element 

Cpl. Dakutis, E. 
Cpl. Timmis, T. W. 
Cpl. Lenzle, R. J. 
Cpl. Hyatt, J. G. 
Cpl. Lauaux, L. A. 
Cpl. Steele. J. F. 



2nd Lt. Shiell, L. T. 



Third Element 

Cpl. BIythe, D. F. 
Cpl. Kauffman, F. D. 
Cpl. Friedman, H. K. 
Cpl. Moore, R. D. 
Cpl. Tramonte, F. S. 
Cpl. Harrnon, E. B. 



M/Sgt. Nunn, W. M. 

Third Element 

Cpl. Hart, R. R. 
Cpl. Willis, J. E. 
Cpl. Shapiro, H. A. 
Cpl. Palazzola, J. J. 
Cpl. Oberhelman, W. J. 
Cpl. Pence, E. D. 



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AIR FORCE 

Capt. Houidobre. R. A. 
1st Lt. Clement, R. S. 1st Sgt. Roden, A. H. 

First Flight 

2nd Lt. Douglas, R. L. 2nd Lt. Ambler. P. S. 

M/Sgt. Tyler. R. L. 

Second Element Third Element 



1st Element 
Cpl. Diblin. C. A. 
Cpl. Taylor, R. E. 
Cpl. Dore, W. E. 
Cpl. Eiciienbaum, H. 
Cpl. Cutrone, C. A. 
Cpl. Crary, J, O. 



2nd Lt. Sarris, C. C. 

1st Element 

Cpl. Durham, M. H. 
Cpl. Baus, J. B. 
Cpl. Waits, J, D. 
Cpl. Webb, W. C. 
Cpl. Patin, R. X. 
Cpl. Matthews. J. 



Cpl. Kline. C. A. 
Cpl. Nagstette, W. J. 
Cpl. Moll, T. J. 
Cpl. Weibrauch, R. 
Cpl. Newman. J. B. 
Cpl. Smith, C. H. 



Cpl. Lelong, F. R. 

Cpl. Sturtz, R. N. 

Cpl. Kohn, L 

Cpl. Ferreri, S. 

Cpl. Batt, J. A. 

Cpl. Maibach, H. 



Second Flight 

2nd Lt. Ambler. P. S., ill. M/Sgt. Shardelli. 



Second Elemeni 
Cpl. Jenkins, W. A. 
Cpl. Randolph, D. M. 
Cpl. Zaita, E. 
Cpl. Blumberg, E. 
Cpl. Berniard, R. J. 
Cpl. Wilson. L. W. 



Third Element 

Cpl. Parquier, C. L. 

Cpl. Masur, D. H. 

Cpl. Poirrier, W. J. 

Cpl. Delery, J. D. 

Cpl. Drost, R, K. 

Cpl. Sanders, M. S. 




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CADET OFFICERS 

Lt. Col. Mitchell, C. S. Cpl. Johnson, E. L. 

Major Rarick J. R. Major WaUer. E, P. 

Captain Murphy, C. R. M/Sgt. Althans, W. K. 

M/Sgt. Lamar, C. Sgt. Id Fontelieu, C. S. 

Sgt. Id Conroy, 3. ). Cpl. Bush, D. W, 

Top: COMPANY "A" TO. Caot. Mathes, W. E., 1st Lt. Camoulli, Sgt. 
Id. Gavora, G., 1st S^t. Saritty, L. J. 1st PLATOON, 2nd Lt. Sardnsr, 
D. E., Sgt. Detelice, S J., Sgt. Phillips. E. M. Ist SQUAD, Cpls. Jacoi^s, 
R. B., Herzfeld, S. H.. Gaudet, P. A., Morrison, J. G., Wick, A. A. 2nd 
SCPUAD, Cpls. Fournet, J. D., Grnnberry, W. S., Barron, A. S., Batson, -_".. 
A., Grissom, R. White, W. A., Wilson, J. M. 3rd S(?UAD, Cpls. Ward, 
J. W., Hijuelos L. A,, Fields, R. M., Morgan, G. F., Renaudin G. V/., 
Dunbar, S. R. 2nd PLATOON, 2nd Lt. Brewster, C. B., Sgt. Kunz, E. A., 
Sgt, Wright, R. E. Ist SQUAD, Cpls. Mays, M, A., Balmer, H. C. Oqden 
L. B. Wren, H. B., Leach, T. H., Franseen, L. R. 2nd SQUAD; Cpls. 
Relnhardt, W. B., Serna, E. C, Earlow, F. R., Heintz, L. F., Kurzman i., 
Miell/ P. F.. Orkin, M. 3rd SQUAD, Cpls., Wong, K., Harrington, W. P., 
Areana, J. D., Chatham, N. P., Thompson, R. E., Weyer, H. I., Wilhe'-i, 
I. E. 



Top: COMPANY "B" rC, Capt. McCrary, J. W., Ist Lt. Thompson, J. A. Sgt. Id. Parpal, R. L., lit Sgt. Fneba, R. S. Ist PLATOON, Sgt. Durke, 
H. C, Sgt. Netick, J. Ist SQUAD. Cpls. Faust, J. C, Blackwell, R. E.. Flotte L. E., Hyland. A. W.. Sinclair, G. A.. Onstad, R. 2nd SQUAD, Ccli. 
Reiter, W. C, Pardue, V/. P., Beasley, F. A., Usdin, J. A., Caplan, E. A, Myers, H. B. 3rd SQUAD. Cpls.^ heisig, N. W., Kisber, J., Bonura, C. M . 
Douglas, R., Feuillan, W. A., Wright, E. E. 2nd PLATOON, 2nd Lt. Sr>sed, H. P., Sgt. Hooper, P. G., Sgt. Schwam, S. Ist SQUAD, Cpls., Peyrou- 
R. A., McKay, J. T., Fugler, R. J., C'essy, R. P., Hess, W. J. Wood, H. L. 2nd SQUAD, Cpls. Daniels, D. J., Betancourt, A. A. Bookman, P. H., Kello;j, 
R. E., Nash, R. M., Rarick, J. B. 3rd SQUAD. Cpls. Huttner, I. W., Ernst H.-Q. Bender, R. R., Binkmann, R. R., Pinell, J. G., Grost, R. K. 




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CAPTAIN HARRY D. POWER, USN 




Pirsf Row: Capt. Harry D. Power, USN; Comdr. T. C. 
Edrinqton, USN; Maj. K. W. Norton, USMC. Second 
Row: Lt. (i.g.) R. C. Harris, Jr., USNR; Lt. Cmdr. L, 
L. de Latour. USN; Lt, Cmdr. G. M. Reeves, USN; Lt. 
J. C. Yanzant, (SC) USN. 



First l?ow: rNC F. W. Wtiite; Miss Beverly Roussel; CI?M Johnson. Second Row: Fire 

Controlman L. E. Farmer; T/Sgt. J. L. Jordan; GMC A. L. Broqdon; SKC T. E. May; 

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F. H. Blue 
W. P. Gardner 
D. E. Carson 
J. B. Parker 



L. R. PROVOSTY 
J. E. Jackson 

B. E. Blankenship 

C. D. McDonald 
W. R. Cylpeppsr 



E. T. PITCHER. 
W. L. Crull, III 
L. C. Leonard 
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. Squad Leader 

J. L. Hannah J. J. Sal ad i no 

A. W. Dykers R. A. Sterkx 

J. F. Hassenphjg R. I. Boudreaux 

R. J. Collins 



SECOND SQUAD 

Squad Leader 

H. B. Alsobrook P. F. Dastugue 

M. M. Pepper W. K. Grant 

A. J. Deex R. L. Schroeder, M.P.O. 



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C. G. Gillette 
R. M. Richards 

D. L. Henry 



Squad Leader 

W. G. Beckham 
R. J. Norton 
A. L. Powers 




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FIRST SQUAD 

G. W. HEALY Squad Leader 

E, B. Ludwig A. W. Cramer D. C. Pettephar 

H. M. Favrot F. S. Hurd V. L. Parrlsh 

N. I. Hart J. F. McCloskey D. W. Stewart 

S. S. Hellmann 

SECOND SQUAD 

R. J. SHADER Squad Leader 

R. C. Kerwath R. E. Turner M. L. Page 

D. C. McCay H. B. Roepe B. Shrine 

B. Weinbaum T. F. Quails 

THIRD SQUAD 

D. P. MAYNARD Squad Leader 

W. J. Anderson C. F. Coulon F, H. Patterson 

E. Schlesinger D. F. Brignac J, R. Reid 
R. L. Green R. D. Reed C. T. Turner 
G. J. Palmer 





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FIR5T SQUAD 

C. C. PERKINS Squad Leader 



J. A. Humphreys 
R. S. Mussung 
D. M. Well 



S. E. LeBlanc 
D. E. Roach 
F. S. Klein 



SECOND SQUAD 



L. W. Rodrigue 
T. N. Hall, Jr. 
R. P. Sharp 



P. W. FLOYD Squad Leader 

L, E. Mailhes D. B. Jackson B. B. Okel 

P. B. Watson D. J. Joubert H. E. Counrhan 

E. M. Brignac 



THIRD SQUAD 
R. E. LaGARDE Squad Leader 



J, Milandin 

J. E. Kerrigan 

J. J. Simon 

J. P. Stewart 



E. S. Lindsay 

F. F. Willoz 
T. A. Stout 



N. M. Rando 
J. A. Lohman 
R. E. Chachera 





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S. VOELKER . 

T. R. Fadell 
G. M, Markey 
M. E. Brener 
R. W. Sabate 



J. B. JEFFREY . 

H. T. Howard 
E. M. Ashworth 
C. L. Lawrence 
H. B. Schmidt 



M. M. GAUTIER 

S. S. Benton 
J, E, Sammer 
C. S, Long 
C. H. Hart, Jr. 



S. T. Wilson 
L. J. Bernard 
S. V. 8aus 
W. L. Geary 



Squad Leader 

R. A. Bahan 
B. J. Calloway 
E. J. Fredericks 



SECOND SQUAD 



R. M. Wagner 
W. R. Newman 
A. T. Martinei 
S. P. Chapman 

THP.D SQUAD 



E. J. Bondurant 
A. 8. Emery 
J. A. Conover 
E. L. Ardoyno 



Squad Leaa^r 

G. A. Danner 

R. C. Cohen 

F. R. Walker 

A. Jackson, III, M.P.O. 



Squad Leader 

F. S. Cannon 
W. F. Hodgden 
R. H. Wheat 






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CY COURTNEY 

President of TUSK, of A & S, and of the Glee 
Club, Cy took the campus by storm this year. 



FLOYD LEWIS 

Floyd is an Honor Law Student (Law Review) but 
still finds time to run the Student Council, Pub- 
lications Board, and play touch football. 



"FOOTSIE" HOLBROOK 

As Campus Night Chairman Footsie has come 
through with the best shows we have had in years. 



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■■DiP" TREEN 

President of Kappa Sigma and Chairman of the 

Pan-Hellenic Council. "Dip" also has interested 

himself in campus politics. 



THOMAS L. WILLIAMS 

Business Manager of the JAMB, a "wheel" In 

Commerce, and a boy we all like, Tom is first 

and foremost a married man. 



HARRIS COPENHAVER, JR. 

Cope has been a driving force on the Tulane 

Campus since February, 1946, and has never let 

up— this JAMB is his pride and Joy. 




ANTHONY ORTEGA 

Jack is taking over where Wilmer Hinrichs left 
off with Glendy Burke and doing a fine job- 
also has numerous other activities. 



BEA RAULT 

Dynamic President of the Newcornb Student 

Body, Bea still thinks we should play Loyola in 

basketball. 




McRAE TURNER 

President of Phi Delta Phi and Chairman of 

the Moot Court Board, Mac was the outstanding 

"Common-law lawyer" in Law School. 




NOEL PARMENTAL 

President of the A & S Senior Class, member of 
the Publications Board, Noel got up a picnic one 
time and now he's In the "Big Shot" Section. 




DABNEY EWIN 

Former Cheerleader Dabney is making his mark In 

Med School now, but is still very active in 

student activities. 



DON LAGARDE 

Meet the Engineers' St. Pat. — also on the Pan- 
Hellenic Council, Don is one of the Master 
Betas this year. 









JACK TERRY 

President of the Med School Student Body, Jack 

was one of the original founders of TUSK and Is 

also an outstanding performer on Campus Night 

shows. 



BILL WEIDNER 

President of the College of Engineering, Bill was 
also one of the ranking students in ihe "slide- 
rule" department. 



GERALD ROACH 

President of the College of Commerce, Gerald 

was an active member of the Student Council 

and had good grades "to boot." 



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RUDY EASON 

Rudy is the man who made us cheer and like it — 

also one of the most popular boys on the 

campus, he did the Sports Section herein. 



RICHARD FIELD 

Another former cheerleader In Med School, Dick 

is Prexy of Nu SIg and Is a very active member 

of Westminster Fellowship. 



BOB PARSONS 

Captain of the Track Team, President of Green- 



backers, Bob 



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ROSS BUCKLEY 

Former President of the Dekes, President of La 

Societe du Droit Civil, Ross mdde better than 

average grades, even as a married man. 



ROBERT LONGMIRE 

An Honor Student in Engineering, Bob made 

ODK and has also been elected to several class 

offices. 




BILL GORDY 

Bill is a Phi Beta Kappa, past President of the 

International Relations Club, and has engaged in 

many other extra-curricular activities. 




BETTY TURNER 

President of the Honor Board and member of 

countless other Newcomb Organizations, Betty is 

that rare combination of beauty and brains. 




JACK WEINMANN 

Manager of the football team, President of the 

Taffrail Club. Jack was the "Fair-haired boy" of 

DKE this year. 



TOM WICKER 

Editor of the Tulane Law Review, Tom 
wise Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Delta 



Kappa Alpha. Order of the Coif, 



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Three years ago, Coach Henry Frnica arrived on Tulare's campus 
and set about the job of building a football team for Tuiane. this 
was to be a tough job for there was a real shortage of material and 
the coaching staff under Coach "Monk" Simons had been dis- 
banded, scattering far and wide. Coach Frnka then set about his 
work in a very business-like manner, doing the best he could against 
a tough schedule with the material on hand. Coach Frnka soothed 
the anguished alumni with the prophecy, "In three years I'll have 
you a bowl team." 

That first year was a toughie. The schedule was rough and the 
men on the football team were just back from the service and 
not yet in top playing shape. During the second year there was 
criticism of the Coach and his boys for playing too close to their 
chest and not running wide open football. That year Tuiane set 
the world's record for Sunday, or fifth quarter quarterbacks who 
could spot every mistake and even many that were never made. 
The cry was, ""Look out for next year." 

Next year arrived, and with it a great football team. As these 
pages will testify, the Coach and his boys came through with nine 



wins and one loss — one black loss to a then powerful, dreaded 
Georgia Tech. After that the wind picked up and the Green 
Wave billowed to become the most powerful football team in the 
South, if not one of the top in the nation. 

The Bowl Team was here and everyone was sure of it. We just 
sal back waiting for them to pick us, but the team was left waiting 
at the Stadium. The Bowl teams already selected feared for their 
reputations and passed Tuiane by for weaker clubs who would be 
easier to beat. In some cases even this failed which added much 
to Tulane's consternation at not having been invited to appear in 
a bowl. There was talk of a post season game in Ladd Stadium in 
Mobile or a Tulane-Army game in the Stadium, but Southeastern 
Conference rules prevented all of these possibilities. 

The cry this year is again "Look out for next year," for the 
Coach and his boys will not be denied as they were this past year. 
The mighty Green Wave is to wash clean all of its opponents in 
1949. Our Bowi Team was here on schedule and was so good that 
people were afraid to play the Greenies. So herein lies the Jam- 
balaya's tribute to a team that was "great in 'forty-eight." 



COACH CRISP 



COACH VINSANT 



COACH PILNEY 



TRAINER DAYTON 





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ED PRICE 

Nation's Leading Ground Gainer 




BILL SVOBODA 

Most Unselfish and Best Blocking and 
Tackling Back 



JIM KEETON 

Most Unselfish and Best Spirited Athlete 



MAX DRUEN 

Most Unselfish and Best Blocking and 

Tackling Lineman 



COACH McELREATH 



COACH READ 



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TIDE TURNED 

Again fhe Alabama Crimson Tide found Tulane a jinx as fhe Greenies upset a favored Ala- 
bama grid machine, 21-14. 

The Greenies scored fheir first touchdown In fhe second period when Bobby Jones cut back 
for seven yards and a tally. A 21 yd. pass from Ernst to Jimmy Glisson highlighted the drive. 

Soon after the third period opened, Dennis Doyle jarred Ed White and the ball and Al Waller 
recovered on Bama's 32. Price and Glisson carried the ball to the 12 and an Ernst to Glisson 
aerial advanced the ball to the 4. On the next play, Price circled left end for the necessary 
yardage. Euell Davis' conversion was good. 

Bad punt by Brown gave the Greenies another opportunity. Glisson and Price toted the ball 
to the 20 and Ernst fired to Dick Sheffield in the end zone. 

Up until this point, the Tide was docile. Now the Red Elephant stampeded and Ed White 
and Charlie Davis sparked the drive. 

A Grecnie bobble gave the Crimson a fourth quarter chance and Ed Salem and handy Charlie 
Davis put the Tide back in the ball game. The second half Bama surge kept the Greenle fans 



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Alabama 



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Davis Kicks First Extra Point 



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on edge and it was not until Jones Intercepted a Salem pass in the closing minutes that Tulane 
■fans could relax. 

Bama gambled from the outset. Salem and White kept pitching until their aerials connected. 
Rebel Steiner was the favorite target. 

Joe Ernst proved to be an effective "T" engineer. The virtual unknown held his own with 
highly-heralded Ed Salem. 

TECH-NICAL TROUBLE 

Tulane's Green Wave rolled to Atlanta for the second fray of the season and Georgia Tech's 
Yellow Jackets provided the sting, downing the Green ies 13-7 in a gruelling contest. 

Frank Zelgler, an old Tulane pigskin nemesis, gave Tech an early lead as he squirted through 
the line, cut for the sidelines and scored on a 53 yd. jaunt. 

In the second quarter, Georgia Tech added another tally when Jim Southard scored on a 
short quarterback sneak after a 40 yd. Southard-McCoy aeria! put the ball in scoring position. 

Following the next kickoff. Greenle power asserted itself. Taking the ball on their own 38, 
the Greenies covered 62 yds. in I I thrusts. The drive was highlighted by a 29 yd. aerial from 
Joe Ernst to Dick Sheffield who was finally stopped on the 6. Bill Svoboda bulled his way to 
the I and Ernst added the necessary yard. 

Both teams concentrated on defense in the second half. Frank Zeigler, Tech standout, was side- 
lined by injuries, but his replacement Humphreys showed well. The Greenies had two opportunities 
to knot the count or forge ahead when Bob Franz and demon Bounds recovered fumbles deep 
in Tech territory. However, the Tech line dammed the Wave. 

Paul Lea, Bob Franz and Rex Partridge spent most of the afternoon in the Tech backfield, 
stalling reverses and harrassing passers Tulane line depth became apparent as a steady stream 
of replacements came through with high-caliber performances. 

The Greenies served notice to future opponents. 

GAMECOCKS BAGGED 

A plucky flock of Gamecocks succumbed to a second half Tulane surge 14-0, before 35,000 
spectators at Tulane stadium. Pre-game dope established the Greenies as prohibitive favorites 
but the spirited play of the South Carolina eleven frequently stalled the Frnka machine In scoring 
territory. 

Two lightning-like thrusts accounted for the tallies. Stopped on the ground, Tulane took to 
the airlanes. Joe Ernst pitched alternate tosses to Jones, Sheffield and Jones, placing the ball 




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on the 36 yd. line. Three plays later, Ernst lofted a high toss toward the end zone and Dick 
Sheffield gathered it In as he crossed the goal. 

Midway In the last period. Eddie Price circled left end for 15 yards. Four plays later, he 
bounced through the middle and loped to the 26. A Keeton-Doland aerial advanced the ball to 
the 19. With fourth down coming up and three to go, Johnny Sikora slipped through a hole on 
the left side of the line, outmaneuvered a host of secondaries and crossed the payoff stripe. It 
was the most sensational jaunt of the game. Euell 'Tiny" Davis' second conversion completed 
the afternoon's scoring. 

Carolina threatened once in the second half with Bishop Strickland moving the ball to Tulane's 
27. He managed to add seven yards before the Greenles took over on downs. 

Statistically, the Gamecocks were outclassed. The Greenles had a 14-6 first down edge and 
romped for 330 net yards gained. South Carolina managed to sift through the Greenle forward 
wall for a 99 yd. total. 

MISSISSIPPI MASTERED 

Blending an aerial attack and powerful line play to advantage, Tulane trounced the University 
of Mississippi, 20-7. The passing combination of Farley Salmon to Barney Poole was checked and 
the Rebels were stymied. 

Joe Ernst's passes accounted for one touchdown and set the stage for another. Dependable 
Eddie Price tripped through the entire Mississippi team on a 26 yard jaunt for the third tally. 

Paul Lea, versatile tackle, engineered the first touchdown, hie barged through the line to 
block Bobby Wilson's punt in the first period and Tulane recovered on the Mississippi 34. Price 
skirted left end to the 18 and Ernst flipped a pass to Joe Harper for the tally. 

Ragged ball handling gave Tulane a chance to push over the second touchdown when Jerry 



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Ernst Passes for Fifteen 



TIbller dropped a handoff from Salmon and Bill Svoboda recovered for Tulane on the Mississippi 
28. When Tulane failed to gain on the ground, Ernst dropped back and tossed to Dlclc Sheffield 
on the 2. Jimmy Glisson took an Ernst lateral and slcirted right end for the vital two yards. 

Mississippi momentarily came to life when Dixie Howell blasted through the middle on a quick- 
opening play and outdistanced the Tulane secondary on a 60 yd. jaunt. The Rebels made 
another bid in the fourth quarter, but Emlle O'Brien intercepted a pass on his own 5 to end 
the threat. 

The Green Wave put on an unheralded passing attack that befuddled the defending con- 
ference champions. 

AUBURN AWED 



In the second half, a lethargic Tulane Green Wave added Aubu 



Scoring three touchdo 
to their victim list. 21-6. 

The Greenies made their initial scoring threat when they marched to the Auburn eight in the 
second quarter but the Tiger line steadied and halted the Wave. 

Jlmmie Glisson, diminutive halfback provided the spark In the third period revival. With a 
series of pass catches and runs, he set the stage for Eddie Price's 15 yd, touchdown jaunt. 

Shortly afterwards, Auburn recovered a Tulane fumble on the Greenle 26. Crippled Travis 
TIdwell was rushed In and his desperate heaves advanced the ball to the Greenle five. Russ 
Inman cracked the Greenle line on three attempts. 

With the score 7-6 in its favor, the Wave roared back and scored twice. Runs by handy 

The Cogs of Tulane's Defensive Baclcfield 




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"Wait for Me. Dan!" 

Jimmy Sllsson brought the ball +o the Auburn's 32. George Kinek, sophomore halfback blasted 
through the middle, stormed over a pair of would-be tacklers and went the distance. 

Later in the fourth quarter, Bill Svoboda intercepted an aerial and the Wave took over on the 
Tiger 26. After two line plays, Kinek scored for the second time, making a spectacular dash 
through the Auburn team. 

Bill Svoboda and Jim Keeton Jarred all opponents who managed to sift through the Greenie 
forward wall. 

MAROONS MAROONED 

From a football viewpoint, hlomecoming Day was pleasant, Tulane's Greenies edged a stub- 
born Miss. State team 9-0. 

Pre-game opinion seemed to favor a high-scoring tilt because of the McWilliams-Davis yardage 
machine. However the contest developed into a display of defensive strength which delighted 
the "contact" advocates of the game. 

"Shorty" McWilliams. a familiar opponent carried an offensive and defensive burden for three 
quarters. He was finally sidelined by a pulled leg muscle in attempting to stop rambling Eddie 
Price. McWilliams switched from his usual running game to the airlanes. His six for six record 
was outstanding. 

The score didn't tell the whole story. The Greenies hammered through State's line to roll up 
an overwhelming statistical advantage but State managed to hold the Wave In the shadow of 
the goal. As usual, dependable Eddie Price and George Kinek carried the lion's share of the 
offensive burden. 

Kinek, a terrific newcomer, gathering momentum with each game, rapidly developed Into a 
standout. Paul Lea, Bill Svoboda and Stan Kotteman were defensive standouts. "Stan-The-Man" 

Forward Wall Moves Out (in a Crisp Manner) 








Some People Never Get the Word 



The Hot Scoop 



turned in the defensive gem of the game, wading through the State forward wall and head- 
blocking a kick. 

Tulane was forced to open its "bag of tricks" to master Miss. State. 



KEYDETS KLIPPED 



Playing on even terms for three quarters, 



Tula 



enies tallied twice in the last canto 



to down Virginia Military Institute 28-7. Coach "Slick" Morton presented a well-drilled platoon 
of Keydets but the stream of Greenie replacements upset his "upset" plans. 

Eddie Price scored the first Wave marker on a three yard plunge that had been set up by 
his own 41 yd. dash. Tossing Bob Thomason came back with an aerial to Ciaude Patton and the 
Virginians squared the count 7-7. Patton took the short heave, reversed his field and crossed 
untouched on the most brilliantly executed play of the season. 

Price retaliated with a scintillating 72 yd. dash to give the Greenies a lead they never re- 
linquished. Dick Sheffield, added the conversion. 

The Keydets wearied noticeable in the second half under the pounding of the Tulane forward 
wall. In the fourth quarter, Price and Kinek alternately lugged the ball to the V.M.I. 10. The 
Keydets stiffened but Bill Bonar arched an end zone toss to George Kinek. 

Unsatisfied, the Greenies stormed back again. Following a kick exchange Joe Ernst dropped 
a fourth down aerial in Dick Sheffield's lap and the sturdy Texan waltzed over. 

The injury jinx fina!ly singled out the Greenies. Defensive ace, Al Waller suffered a dislocated 
elbow and Stan Kotteman aggravated an old knee injury. Prior to the V.M.I, game, Tulane 
Injuries were mostly superficial. 

Dicic Got It Believe It or Not 




Tulane ..0207 
Miss. State 




Ed Starts 





Tulane 
V.M.I.. 



14 14 
7 





You Know It — Joe 



Like Dick, Like George!!! 

BAYLOR BOWS 

The Green Wave reached a peak against Baylor, treeing the Bears 35-13. The Sreenies scored 
in every quarter, churning out four ground tallies and adding a touchdown aerial to complete 
the rout. 

Reliable Eddie Price set up the initial marker with a 27 yd. sweep and after Bill Bonar passed 
I I yards to Watkins. Price circled left end for 10 yards and the touchdown. 

Stung into action, the Bears bounced back with a score and conversion to knot the count 7-7. 
Burk's passing highlighted the drive. 

Again the Wave gathered momentum deep in their own territory and set out for a second 
portion of Bear meat. The payoff came on Kinek's circus catch of Joe Ernst's twenty yard toss. 
Sheffield's conversion made the score 14-7 as the half ended. 

Both teams scored in the third quarter but the play was too gruelling for Baylor and the 
"Waco Wonders" wilted. Bill Svoboda tallied from the two and Baylor bounced back with 
another aerial-inspired drive, with Sims passing to Flanakln for the tally. 

Bobby Jones Intercepted an aerial deep in Baylor territory and raced to the 19. In seven 
plays the Wave scored with Price turning right end for the touchdown. The final touchdown was 
sparked by hlomer Dedeaux's pass interception. Paul Bienz and Johnny Slkora alternated In 
lugging the ball to the five and Ray Prats capped the drive with a slant off right tackle. 

The Baylor ground attack was limited to 39 yards. Cold statistics revealed a hot Wave. 

"CINCY" NO CINCH 

Fur flew at Nippert Stadium as Tulane was forced to the limit to down the University of 
Cincinnati's Bearcats 6-0. The lone Greenle tally came late In the third period when George 



George Kinek, Leap Frogglng 






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Kinek ran back a punt for 38 yards +o the Bearcat 32. Eddie Price scored from the four yard 
line on an off-tackle slant. 

The Bearcats gambled from the opening whistle. In the first quarter, Bill Bonar boomed a 
punt to the Cincinnati 12. hield for no gain in three tries, O'Malley heaved a long pass from 
behind his own goal to Hout who was downed on the Bearcat 35. 

Time and again the Greenies marched down the field but penalties and a stubborn Bearcat 
forward wall stopped the drives in payoff territory. Late in the second quarter, Ernst on passes 
to Sheffield put the ball on the Bearcat seven but time ran out before the Greenies could score. 

After the third quarter tally, Ihe Greenies started another drive from their own 47. A run by 
Price and a long Ernst to Watkins pass put the ball on the Cincy ten. On the next play, Ernst 
fumbled and Vilkoski recovered. 

It was the Bearcats turns to march and O'Malley flooded the airlanes as they moved to the 
Tulane 20 before losing the ball on downs. 



Tulane 
Baylor 



7 7 7 14 
7 6 



Ed Going 




Dick Can Kick, Too 




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George Shows His Heels While L.S.U. Looks 



Price and Sikora teamed to drive back to Cincinnati territory 
and the ball was on the 20 as the game ended. 

Eddie Price rambled into the "1,000" yard circle despite 
voidance of substantial yardage via penalties. 

TIGERS TRAMPLED 

The Tulane grid machine capped a successful season with a 46-0 
rout of arch-rival L.S.U. Appropriately enough, it was the 46th 
meeting. 

The Bengals bared their fangs In the Initial period when Ray 
Collins blocked Bobby Maxwell's kick, but the threat was short- 
lived. HIeld scoreless in the first quarter, Tulane started to roll and 
poured it on the defenseless Tigers. 



"Timber"!!! 





Hold 'im Joe, Here Comes Paul 



Price broke the ice with a two yard thrust through the middle. Three minutes later, Bobby 
Jones intercepted an L.S.U. pass on the 38 and loped to the 4. George Kinek rammed it over, 
generating enough power to carry the ball 20 yards instead of the necessary rew. 

Kinek added a third period marker on a touch-and-go play with four players handling the 
ball. Two Tiger defenders deflected a Greenie pass and Dick Sheffield pulled it in. As he was 
tackled, the ball squirted out of his hands. George Kinek picked up the loose ball and rambled 
the rest of the way. Five minutes later, Tulane made a sustained 68 yard drive to score again. 
Bill Svoboda bulled over from the I yard line. 

In the fourth period, the Greenies fooled L.S.U. on the moth-eaten Statue-of- Liberty play. 
Johnny Sikora picked up the ball and a host of blockers as he Jitterbugged 28 yards to score. 
Jimmy Glisson added a personal touch to the scoring spree as he covered 89 yards on a bril- 
liant punt return. Bill Bonar engineered the final marker driving over on a two yard quarterback 
sneak. 




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"Ed Gone" 



Clair Sans Ti+re 





CONNIE HANLEY 














IRCE SVENDSON 





HAL JAMISON 




SUS ADOMITIS 



BOB WELLS 




In there Jami Boy! 



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RESULTS FOR 1948-49 



Date 




Place 


Nov. 


22, 


1948 


New Orleans 


Nov. 


24, 


1948 


New Orleans 


Dec. 


3, 


1948 


. . Baton Rouge 


Dec. 


4, 


1948 


. New Orleans 


Dec. 


8, 


1948 


. . New Orleans 


Dec. 


II, 


1948 


New Orleans 


Dec. 


14, 


1948 


. . New Orleans 


Dec. 


18, 


1948 


. . New Orleans 


Dec, 


22, 


1948 


. . Louisville 


Dec. 


29, 


1948 


Sugar Bowl 


Dec. 


30, 


1948 


Sugar Bowl 


Jan. 


3, 


1949 


Gainesville, Fla. 


Jan. 


7, 


1949 . 


. New Orleans 


Jan. 


8, 


1949 . 


. New Orleans 


•Southeastern Con 


ference foe. 


tSEC 


Tou 


nament 







Opponent 


Score 


Da 


te 




Place 


Opponent 


Score 


. Keesler Field 


83-29 


Jan. 


15. 


1949 


New Orleans 


L: S. U.* . . 


. .71-51 




. Pensacola N.A.S. 


68-43 


Jan. 


22, 


1949 . 


New Orleans 


Alabama* . 


5 1 -46 




. Rice Institute 


65-54 


Jan. 


29, 


1949 . 


Atlanta 


Georgia Tech* 


. . 56-49 




. Texas . ... 


. 56-39 


Jan. 


31, 


1949 . . 


Auburn, Ala. - . 


Auburn* 


56-51 




Howard . . 


, 87-32 


Feb. 


4, 


1949 . . 


. . Starltvllle . . 


Miss. State* 


64-50 




Spring ttiil . . 


. 60-32 


Feb. 


5, 


1949 


. . . Oxford . . 


Ole Miss.* . 


70-44 




, S. L. 1. 

. Texas A. & M. 


84-49 
51-28 


Feb. 
Feb. 


1 1, 
19, 


1949 . . 
1949 . 


New Orleans 
Tuscaloosa . . 


Ole Miss.* . . . 


74-34 




Alabanna* 


56-40 




Kentucky* 


47-51 


Feb. 


21, 


1949 . 


. . Nashville . . 


Vanderbilt* . 


54-56 




Kentucky* . . 


47-78 


Feb. 


25 


1949 . 


Baton Rouge . . 


L S. U.* 


72-45 




hloly Cross . . 


81-79 


Mar 


3, 


1949 


. . Louisville . . 


Alabamai" . 


64-42 




Florida* . 


63-51 


Mar. 


4, 


1949 . 


. . Louisville . . 


Georgiat . . 


92-62 


Georgia Tech* 


73-52 


Mar. 


5, 


1949 . 


. . Louisville . . 


L. S. U.t 


72-63 


Miss. State* . 


. 69-47 


Mar 


5. 


1949 


Louisville 


Kentucky"!" . 


52-68 






Season R 


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{Tulane 


score first) 



142 




Left to Right Top Row: Trdiner Dayton. Payton, 



THE S.E.C. RUNNER-UPS AND TROPHY 

Riffey. Adomitis, Jamison. Perkins, Svendson. Mgr. Holton, Coach Wells. Bottom Row 



Rlsner, Peck, Hanley, Cox, Bowman, Wells. 



Riffey's Back Hand Push Shof 



COMPOSITE SCORE 




Player Games 


SFA 


FGM 


Pet. 


FTA 


FTM 


Pet. 


FC 


TP 


Avg. 


Jim Riffey . 


28 


423 


162 


.375 


78 


51 


.654 


83 


375 


13.4 


Warren Perkins 


28 


436 


132 


.306 


129 


90 


.698 


94 


354 


12.6 


Virgi! Risner 


28 


429 


146 


.34! 


86 


47 


.547 


53 


339 


12.1 


Mel Payton 


28 


365 


136 


.373 


46 


32 


.696 


42 


304 


10.9 


Tom Bowman 


28 


256 


93 


.363 


66 


40 


.606 


52 


226 


8.1 


Hat Peck . 


28 


115 


32 


.278 


40 


28 


.700 


45 


94 


2.4 


Bob Wells 


24 


27 


12 


.444 


16 


13 


.813 


6 


37 


I.I 


Troy Svendson 


24 


41 


13 


.316 


6 


3 


.500 


25 


27 


I.I 


Hal Jamison 


24 


35 


10 


.286 


15 


6 


.400 


21 


26 


I.I 


Joe Cox 


16 


22 


7 


.314 


8 


4 


.500 


9 


18 


I.I 


Sus Adomitis 


22 


21 


5 


.238 


II 


6 


.545 


1 1 


16 


0.7 


Connie Hanley 


14 


17 


6 


.353 


6 


2 


.333 


2 


14 


1.0 


Others . 


8 


15 


3 


.200 


6 


2 


.333 


8 


8 


1.0 


Tulane Totals 


28 


2202 


757 


.344 


513 


324 


.632 


45! 


,838 


65.6 


Opposition 


28 




517 




532 


331 


.622 


409 


,365 


48.8 



Coach "Mighty Mite" Wells 




143 





Peck and Perk 



Nice Hook, Perk! 



Fans called it the best yet, this basketball 
team of 1948-49. Its record of 24 victories out 
of 28 games may not have been on a par with 
other years but for sheer offensive and defensive 
power, no team in Tulane history can compare. 

A total of 1,838 points rolled through the 
hoops under the guiding hands of such veterans 
as Warren Perkins, Virgil Risner, Melvin Payton, 
Jim Riffey, Tom Bowman and the rest. That was 



an average of 65.6 points per game, almost 17 
better than the combined efforts of their op- 
ponents. 

For the third consecutive year, the Wave 
went undefeated on its home court. Away from 
home it ran into difficulty — thrice bouncing off 
impregnable, national champion Kentucky, once 
slipping by a razor's edge to Vanderbilt. 

But in those losses to Kentucky, it may still 



"There I Was Flat on My Back" 





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take pride. Only four points made the difference 
in the first engagement in the cavernous Armory 
at Louisville. More — much more — was the dif- 
ference that dismal night in the Sugar Bowl 
doubleheader. The difference was not quite so 
great in the Southeastern Conference finals, and 
indeed the last half Greenie and Wildcat 
matched point for point. 

But a salve for injuries from the well-pared 
claws of the Wildcats, was three triumphs over 
another member of the feline household — the 
Tigers of L. S. U. That foursome of Perkins, 
Riffey, Risner and Payton ran up their sixth con- 
secutive victory over L. S. U. when they sprinted 
into an early lead and then held on gamely the 
rest of the way for a semi-final round triumph 
in the tournament. 

It was the second time in three years that that 
big four had contributed to a runner-up spot in 
the tournament and its season's showing helped 
gain a ninth ranking nationally in the Associated 




"We Dood It" 
Doctor Risner's Hot Shot Method!!! 





Break It Off, Big Jim 

Press poll. In addition, diminutive Cliff Wells 
was given sixth place nationally as basketball 
coach of the year. 

Riffey, Risner and Perkins were well rewarded 
nationally for their performances. Perkins was 
named to the first team in All-Tournament se- 
lections as was Risner. In addition, Risner was 
named to the conference first team of one press 
association and Perkins to the first team of an- 
other. 

Consistent Jim Riffey was picked on the Col- 
lier's All-South first team, the second team on 
both the All-Tournament and the All-Conference 
selections and third team on the Sporting News 
Ail-American. In addition, he outscored Ken- 
tucky's All-American Alex Groza in the first 
game against Kentucky, 22-18, leading Ken- 
tucky Coach Adolph Rupp to comment: "Son, 
you went to the wrong school." Riffey's reply: 
"No sir, I went to the right school." 



You Got It Made, Tommy! 




146 



Starting the season off with a rousing 83-29 
triumph that was Wells' 33rd consecutive open- 
ing game victory, the Wave raced away with 
such scores as 65-54 over Rice, 56-39 over 
Texas, 51-28 over Texas A. and M., 81-79 over 
high ranking hloly Cross, lashed Georgia Tech, 
Mississippi State, L. S. U., Alabama, Ole Miss, 
twice each in addition to single victories over 
Auburn and Florida during the regular season. 

In the tournament, it added victory No. 3 
against Alabama and L. S. U., and stretched 
its superiority in SEC play with a 92-62 whirl- 
wind triumph over Georgia. 

Gone next year will be Warren Perkins, h^al 
Peck, Troye Svendson, hial Jamison and some 
others. But not one of them will be forgotten 
for their contribution to this, the best of all Tu- 
lane basketball seasons. 

Never Touched Him 





Shoot, Tommy, He's Taking Off! 
Watch Pappy Payton. Podner 










The Squad 



Below: Inflelders 
Bottom: Chunkers 




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BASEIUUN ism 



The baseball team for this year was one of 
the best ever put forward by Tulane and was 
under the guidance of Coach "Little Monk" 
Simons. The team won 20 out of 24 games and 
three of those losses were to professional teams 
which gave Tulane one of the best college rec- 
ords in the nation. The team was well balanced 
and had good hitting throughout, the leading 
stickmen being Ken Tarzetti, Warren Perkins, 
Stan McDermott, Ben Abadie, and Ferd Lorio. 
The pitching was done quite ably by Johnny 
Owen and Pat Rooney. The catching was well 
handled by Roy Barbier. The L.S.U. games went 
all our way as we won four of them out of a 
possible four. As has been said many times in 
years past if nothing else had happened the 
season was completed successfully. As stated, 
however, much more was done and the baseball 
team came up with one of the best records in 
Tulane's history. 




The Squad 





Below: Show 'im Monk 
Bottom: Back Stops 



With many of the power'hltters gone Tulane 
this year looked to her pitching and defense as 
the source of power. The pitchers were again 
led by Pat Rooney and Johnny Owen, with much 
help by Dick Norris, Ed hiieder and Crusty 
Cambon. 

The outfield was covered like a glove by Mel 
Payton, Ben Abadie and Bill Leahy. The hitting 
was distributed a great deal among the out- 
fielders and first baseman Stan McDermott, and 
second baseman Warren Perkins. 

When the infielders are spoken of no one who 
follows Tulane baseball can help but think of 
shortstop McCormick's superb fielding and great 
clutch hitting, hie is potentially Tulane's best 
hope since Bobby "Golden Boy" Brown to go 
places in baseball. 

The catching was again handled by Roy Bar- 
bier with adequate help from Jim Rowden. 




! II u I I i I i n 



Lead by such front runners as Paul Bienz, Spencer 
Johnson, Frank Burge, and hlugh Liles the Tulane track 
team went on to beat L.S.U. in a dual meet for the first 
time in a very long time. It was a big day for Tulane 
and the Greenies were really pounding the cinders. 

At the S.E.C. Paul Bienz tied the standing conference 
record for the hundred yard dash with a 9.5 second 
effort. The wind that day was a little too strong and 



though it didn't aid the the Tulanian it caused time to be 
disallowed for record. 

Spencer Johnson who had been going like a house 
afire all year long had a bad time at the conference and 
unfortunately for a great runner and great sport he 
seemed to go stale at the meet and was way off pace. 
Frank Burge was red hot and did some good running over 
both the high and low hurdles. Paul also won the 220 
yard sprint in just above record time at the conference. 





Take If, Paul 



Ready, Sef . . . 



A I P 



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The Track team this year was again lead by Paul 
Bienz who after going far in the Olympic tryouts came 
back to run better than ever. His efforts in his heat in 
the N.C.A.A. were of the same time that won the event 
finally, but Paul had pulled a muscle and came up fourth 
in the hundred and third in the two-twenty. 

The distance men were lead by Bob Parsons who won 
a number of firsts in the dual meets. Troye Svendson, 



also, did well in the dual meets winning several discus 
throws. Another weight man Don Joyce, a gridster by 
trade, won several events in the shot put and gives 
Tulane a good potential weight man for next year. 

Tulane is looking forward to next year in track and 
field and has held off a number of its better boys in 
hopes of perhaps capturing for Tulane the S.E.C. track 
tourney next year. 



On Sky Hoolts? 



Toss, Troye! 






Top: Wade Herrin, S.E.C. Champ 
Above: Dick Moule Dous, S. E. C. Champ 



lElilS IN 




The tennis team at Tulane held up Its 
usual high standard and swept through 
the conference matches undefeated, In 
some cases losing as few as one set per 
match. The team was led by Jack Tuero, 
with Wade hHerrln, the S.E.C. "A" class 
champion as number two, followed by 
Dick Mouledous S.E.C. "B" class champ 
number three and hiarcourt Watters, 
who was runner up for the S.E.C. "B ' 
class championship, number four. As can 
be seen, we swept the S.E.C. tournament 
with Jack Tuero, and Dick Mouledous 
winning the S.E.C. doubles championship. 
Tulane's schedule against teams outside 
the conference was ably met and the only 
setbacks were a tie with Texas and a close 
loss to Rollins, seeded the nation's num- 
ber one collegiate team. 




m li 1949 



The S.E.C. again was dominated by 
Tulane's greenies who came through with 
Jack Tuero S.E.C. "A" class champion- 
ship and Billy Connery S.E.C. "B" class 
championship. Dick Mouledous, number 
two on the team, joined with Tuero to 
win the S.E.C. doubles championship for 
the second straight year. Walker hHarris 
was the number four man on the team 
and played fine tennis throughout the 
year. 

The N.C.A.A. found Tuero seeded 
eighth, without a chance to win but rec- 
ognized as likely to reach the semi-finals. 
When the heat was on and the racquets 
were down, however. Jack Tuero became 
the National Intercollegiate Tennis Cham- 
pion for the year 1949. Our boy seemed 
to gain strength as the tournament pro- 
gressed and came through in fine style, 
beating Sam Match in a gruelling five- 
set battle. Jack and Dick Mouledous were 
defeated in the third round of the dou- 
bles competition in a tough and exciting 
match. 




Top: Our Number One Doubles 
Above: The National In+ercollegia+e (N.C.A.A.) Tennis Channp, Jack Tuero 




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The Squad 



\n\ I i 1 9 n n 



In 1948 the Tulane golf team had a record of two 
wins, three defeats and a tie. Except for the 9-9 dead- 
lock with Mississippi, the scores in the remaining matches 
were rather decisive. The Greenie golfers white washed 
Pensacola, 18-0, but they were swept clean by both 
Louisiana State and Spring Hill College, 18-0. 

The Wave got partial revenge from Spring Hill by 



Coaches Can Swing, Too 



lacing the Badgers by a "crap-shooting" count of I 1-7. 
Mighty L.S.U. did not falter in the return bout, how- 
ever, and Tulane suffered a IO'/2-7'/2 licking. 

Only four golfers represented I ulane in these showings. 
Former city-champion, Charley Rosen, lead the linksmen 
as team captain. He was flanked by Ted Hewitt, Marc 
Lazaro, and Dick Chassee. 



John Gleason, Team Captain 







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The 1949 golf season at Tulane experienced a post- 
war boom. Seven duel matches and four local tourna- 
ments punctuated the schedule. Tulane numbered 
Keesler Field and Southeastern Louisiana College as its 





Franz 

victims, but succumbed to Louisiana State and Pensacola 
twice and to Spring Hill College on one occasion. 

In local tournaments around New Orleans, Fritz Franz, 
team captain John Gleason, Jr., and Dick Chassee made 
admirable showings. Franz entered four events and each 
time qualified for the championship flight. Gleason and 
Chassee each entered two and each qualified for the 
top bracket once. 

Herb Abraham, Jim Wilson, Tom Bush, Tom Thorne 
and Gus Adomitis rounded out the squad. 




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The Frosh Football Team 



The freshman football team went through a rugged season of 
scrimmaging afternoon after afternoon with the best or one of the 
best football teams in the nation, the Tulane varsity. Coach Mc- 
EIreath had the tough, thankless job of coaching and in general 
being father, mother and trainer to the team. He did a swell 
job, and the boys on the squad this year will be heard from on 
next year's varsity, much better off for having learned about the 
ways, of Intercollegiate football and being guided through this 
rough transition period by Coach "Available" McElreath. 

The Frosh Basic 



Bisinimi 

The freshman basketball team Is an organization rarely men- 
tioned on the campus at Tulane, except for a muffled rumor sup- 
posedly straight from the basket mesh. Perhaps the only man who 
knows anything of any consequence is the Mighty Mite himself, 
Coach Cliff Wells. The boys played games, but behind closed 
doors; and the scores were never disclosed. It seems that behind 
Tulane's own Iron Curtain may well be hidden some of the power 
which may, when added to the present varsity, make Tulane fear 
no basketball team, them than wildcats included. The boys are 
below, and it is very probable you'll be cheering them next year 
as they help carry the Sreenles to another highly successful year. 

etball Team 




Laurds 



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The Tulane Pan-Hellenic Council is an organization represenflng the 
seventeen fraternities on Tulane's campus. John Treen is chairman and 
Ronald Orfila is the secretary. Dr. John Stibbs is the faculty adviser. 



The Council is divided into two committees, Judicial and Athletic. 
The Judicial committee is composed of Brown, Roos and Elder. The 
Athletic committee is composed of hiarris, Smedigar, Mix and LaGarde. 

In addition to supervising inter-fraternity competition in football, 
baskeiball, softball, tennis, ping pong, volley ball, bridge, badminton and 
bowling, the council sponsors the annual Pan-hlellenic Formal, Skit Night, 
Fraternity song fest and the Homecoming decorations of the frat houses. 



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OFFICERS 






lOHN TRFFN 


Chairm-m RONALD ORFILA 




J vy niN IINCCI"! 


MEMBERS 






Herbert Abraham 


Ray Froeba 


Alfred Lewis 


Frank Stich 


Harold Avant 


Leonard Fuhrer 


Warren Mix 


James Stulb 


Al Binder 


Lyie Sarrity 


M. J. Molony, Jr. 


Claiborne Talbot 


Robert Boudreaux 


Joe Harris 


Ronaid Orfila 


John Treen 


Paul Brosman, Jr. 


William Keller 


James Patrick 


Luis A. Vinas 


Charles Brown 


Donald LaGarde 


Leo S. Roos 


William D. Wgil 


David Conroy 


Ned Lambremonl", Jr. 


Chandler Sherwood 


Herbert Wren 


John Eider 


David Levine 


James Snedigar 


Milton Janssen 


Prelieu Ellis 









Secretary 



First Row: Abraham Boudreaux, Brosmar, Brown, Conrov. Second Row: Elder, Fuhrer, Garrity, Harris, Janssen. Third Row: Kelle,-, Lambremont, Levine, 

Mix. Roos. Fourth Row: Sherwood, Snedigar, Stitch, Stulb, Weil, Wren. 





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OFFICERS 



MEMBERS 




BILL ROBERTS President 

JOHN ELDER Vice-President 

EDWARD HODGE Treasurer 

CHARLES WHITE-SPUNNER Secretary 

Dick Augrain John Fischer Bill McConkey 

James Aycock James Gentry John McKee 

Stewart Barnett Fred Harris Jay Molony 

Larry Barousse Donald Harris Larry Molony 

Bill Barry Spencer Harrison Bob Moore 

Gay Bevis Mac Hays Art Naquin 

Paul Bienz Edward Hodge Nick Nichols 

Marshall Blanchard Tom Hudson Jerry Nicholson 

Frank Burge Leiand Hughlett Beverly Perrin 

Charlie Cameron Larry Hunt Jerry Porter 

Bill Christovich Howell Hunt George Renaudin 

David Conroy Jim Humphries Jim Rives 

Thomas Crozat Baxter Hutto Bill Roberts 

Jack Daly Tommy James Walter Rooney 

Eugene Dauterive Robert Jernigan Gene Rutter 

Weeks Dauterive Joe Joachim George Seymour 

Louis Diamond Sargent Jones Donald Shaw 

Fred Dietze Nic Joyner Pete Smith 

Jan Dolcater Edward King Pat Steele 

Frank Ebel John Laberteaux Dan Stewart 

John Elder Buddy Loria Louis Vreeland 

Gary Elliott Ronnie Loria Ben Youngblood 

Dick Ellis Don Lutenbacher Charles White-Spunner 

Steve Ellis Bob Mattox Bo Willis 

Ashton Fischer Harvey Marcoux David Wall 

Alpha Tau Omega was founded at the Virginia Military Institute in 1865, and in 1887, Louisiana 
Beta Chapter was founded at Tulane. The fraternity colors are Old Gold and White, and the 
fraternity flower is the White Tea Rose. 

Bill Roberts is boss of the outfit with title of "Worthy Master": Worthy Keeper of Exchequer 
is Edward Hodge (he collects money); Charles White-Spunner takes minutes at the meetings. 

The ATO's are most notorious among the men who know, for their "Sneaky Pete Parties" among 
other things. Any casual passerby, will no doubt be shocked by the delicate songs being wafted 
through the windows of a Saturday night, and the delicate members being wafted through the 
doors. 



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First Row: Augrain, Aycock, Barousse, Bienz, Cam- 
eron, Conroy, Dauterive, Diamond. Second Row: 
Ebel, Elder, Fischer, Elliott, Harris, Hays, Hodge, 
Hughlett. Third Row: Humphries, Hunt, James, Jones, 
Joyner, Loria, Marcoux, McConkey. Fourth Row: 
Moore, Naquin, Nichols, Perrin, Renaudin, Roberts, 
Rutter, Shaw. Fifth Row: Smith, Phi Kap, Stewart, 
Vreeland, Wall, White-Spunner, Youngblood. ■ 



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The Beta Wheels 



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OFFICERS 



BROOKE DUNCAN, II President 

JOHN E. JACKSON, JR. . , Vlca-President 
SAUNDERS ALPAUGH Corresponding Secy. 
FRANCIS LEJEUNE, JR. . . Alumni Secretary 
ALYMER MONTGOMERY Treasurer 



DON GUINEE Assistant Treasurer 

BILL SANDERS Sergeant-at-Arms 

HERBERT WILSON .... House Manager 
PRIOLEAU ELLIS Pan-Hellenic Representative 
DON LAGARDE Pan-Hellenic Representative 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 



E. Saunders Alpaugh 
Chester T. Alpaugh 
William B. Bizzeil, Jr. 
Donald F. BIyths 
Stanley R. Bremmermann 
Julian C. Campbell 
William P. Conery, III 
John H. Counce. 1 1 
William Dearman, Jr. 
August hi. Douglas, Jr. 
Brooke hi. Duncan. II 
W. H. Norman Duncan 
Max H. Durham, Jr. 
Jefferson Earle 



Prioleau Ellis, III 
H. Oliver Ernst, Jr. 
Issac D. S. Farrar, Jr. 
Stonewall J. Fell"on, Jr. 
John R. Flowers, Jr. 
Robert E. Frantz 
hlarry G. Frazer, Jr. 
hiarry Gamble, 1 1 1 
John A. Gordon 
Donald G. Guinee 
Allan J. Harris 
Walker Harris 
Richard Hasse 
Wade J. Herren 



James F. Huff 
Jay William Israel 
John E. Jackson, Jr. 
Louis W. Jumonvilie, Jr. 
Joseph L. Killeen, Jr. 
Robert E. Lagarde 
Donald E. Lagardes 
Francis E. LeJeune, Jr. 
John Debose Leiong 
Rivers Leiong 
Winston Lill 

Alymer E. Montgomery, Jr. 
Levere Montgomery 
Lucien K. Moss 



George M. Murrell 
Mims Gage Ochsner 
Charles Ogden 
Boatner Relly. Ill 
Robert D. Reily 
John B. Richardson 
William F. Sanders 
C. Gardner Sebrella 
Jack F. Steele 
L. C. Strartman 
Frensky C. Terzia 
Swan S. Ward 
Clarence H. Webb, Jr. 
Herbert C. Wilson 



PLEDGES 



Fallon Bentz 
Jim Boulet 
demon Bounds 
Dan Bullington 
Neil Chadwick 
Frank ClesI 
Fritz Franz 
Harry Gould 



Tommy Hall 
Ken Hamilton 
Bill Hogden 
Arthur Hyatt 
John Kerrigan 
Pancho Matthews 
Buddy McArthur 
Jack McCloskey 



John Morrison 
Pete Phillips 
Forrest Rau 
Shelly Reinerth 
Gus Reynoir 
Dick Roach 
Bobby Roane 
Buddy Rodrique 



Bobby Ryan 
Donald Ryan 
Ernie Sandlin 
Albert Stall 
Jack Voelkel 
Hunter Wagner 
Fred West 




Under the capable leadership of "Bicycle Brooke" Duncan and "Dewey" Jackson, the Betas are 
expecting another great year. After losing the Pan Hel cup by a nose last year, the sons of 
Wooglin are all out to redeem themselves and already on their way to retain the football crown. 
Almost any Saturday night the repercussions of "Beta Brawls" can be heard all the way to Bourbon 
St. The protests of neighbors, K A"s and Newcomb house mothers are all drowned by the lusty 
singing of Be+a Bards. Then follow massive Loving Cups on the Newcomb Campus. There is not a 
dorm girl alive (unless she wears a Deke lodge button or a Wallace pin) who does not thrill to 
Beta serenaders in the wee hours. 

Despite much rivalry between house boys and others, the chapter managed to get together for 
40th Anniversary Celebration and a successful Blue and White Formal to bring the year to a 
harmonious close. The success of Beta Xi last year Is exceeded only by the clean sweep made 
during the past rush week In which the ranks were bolstered by many new Woogllnites. 



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First Row: E. S. Alpaugh, C. Alpaugh, Bentz, Bizzell, 
BIythe, Bremmermann, Bullington. Second Row: Camp- 
bell, Counce, Dearman, Douglas, Duncan, Ernest, Far- 
rar. Third Row: Flowers, Harris, Hodgen, Huff, Jumon- 
ville, Kerrigan, Lagarde. Fourth Row: Lejeune, Lelong, 
Lill, McCloskey, Montgomery, Morrison, Moss. Fifth 
Row: Ray, R. Reily, Roane, Ryan, Sandlin, Sebrella, 
Steele, Ward. 



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OFFICERS 



SAM SANDERS President 

TOMMY ELLIS Vice-President 

NED SIMMONS Treasurer 

HERBERT VAN HORN ' . . Recording Secretary 

CHARLES DUNBAR Corresponding Secretary 

LEON CAMBON Historian 

CHANDLER SHERWOOD , Pledge Master— Pan-Hell 

ALFRED LEWIS Pan-Hell 



MEMBERS 



Edward Alker 
Henry Alsobrook 
Henderson Barlcley 
Robert White Brumfield 
Donald Bousquet 
Leon Cambon 
Harold Cox 
Rogers Cox 
Ranny Cox 
Robert Craig 
William De Pass 
Charles Dunbar 
O. A. Easterllng 
John Ellis 
Tommy Ellis 
Frank Emmeti 
Mortimer Favrot, Jr. 
James Faust 



Richard Fox 
Warren Gardner 
George W. Healy 
Colvllle Jackson 
Richard Jones 
James Kock 
Lee Leonard 
Alfred Lewis 
Edward Ludwig 
Andrew Martinez 
Caffery McCay 
Stewart Morris 
Robert Overall 
Shepard Pleasants 
Ledoux Provosty 
Kenneth Saer 
Samuel Sanders 



Roger Sharp 
Chandler Sherwood 
Julian Sherrouse 
Ned Simmons 
Robert Simpson 
Murdoch Snelljngs 
Edmund Talbot 
Herbert Van Horn 
Jack Weinmann 
Alonzo M. West 
Charles Wilson 
Barbee Winston 
John Fournet 
William Geary 
John Serber, Jr. 
John E. Grenler 
Harry I. Howard. Ill 
Donald Hammett 



Delta Kappa Epsllon was founded at Yale University in 1 844, and the Tulane Chapter, Tau 
Lambda was founded in 1899. Sam Sanders is the boss of the outfit, and is assisted In his duties 
by Tommy Ellis, the vice-president. Ned Simmons holds the power of the purse, while Herbert Van 
Horn is the lad who takes minutes. 

The Dekes are undoubtedly one of the more outstanding fraternities at Tulane due to ihelr Inane 
passion for the Deke Marching Song, which they yell to the complete intrigue of their neighbor;. 
Their other activities consist of running up and down Henry Clay Avenue at all hours, and slurping 
Rod's beer, by the bucket. 



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First Row: Alsobrook, Barkley, Brumfield, Bousquet, 
Cambon, R. Cox. Second Row: Craiq, DePass, Easter- 
ling, Favrof, Faust, Fournet. Third Row: Garner, 
Geary, Grenier, Jackson, Jones, Kay. Fourth Row: 
Lewis, Ludwig, Martinez, Morris, Overall, Pleasants. 
Fifth Row: Provosty, Sanders, Sharp, Sherwood, Sher- 
rouse, Snellings, Weinmann. 



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JOSEPH MICELI President 

WARREN MIX Vice-President 

RAY FROEBA Vice-President 

MAX MILLER Treasurer 

ARTHUR HYLAND Sergeant-At-Arms 

BOB COLLINS Secretary 



MEMBERS 



Conrad Appel 
George Barlow 
Walter Barnes 
Henry Bayhi 
Andy Benson 
Howard Benson 
Cecil Brenson 
C. B. Brewster 
Lawrence Cannpulli 
Don Carson 
Ben Cinnini 
Hays Clark 
Bob Collins 
Camille Cutrone 
Coot Davis 
Grady Dinwiddie 
Oliver Dabezles 
Caldwell Daniels 
Paul Dastique 
Craig Felger 
Milton Finger 
Lionel FIdtte 



Hugh Fornet 
Earl George 
Al Guillott 
Wilbur Hantel 
Max Hart 
Harry Howard 
Arthur Hyland 
Dan Kirchenheuter 
A. J. Kleinschirndt 
Emil Kraft 
Peter Lampros 
Louis Lanaux 
Tom Leach 
Jules Lizarraga 
James Martin 
Stan McDermett 
Ray McGehee 
Jerald Mcintosh 
Joseph Miceli 
Max Miller 
Warren Mix 
Loyd Moppert 



Donald Muller 
Paul Mielly 
Charlie O'Connell 
Joe Palermo 
Noel Parmentel 
John Parker 
Buster Pepper 
Harold Pike 
George Plunkett 
George Pratt 
James Pizant 
John Ramoneda 
Roy Reich 
Jack Rife 
Don Smith 
Wait Spence 
Gene St. John 
Ted Von Gohren 
Walter Von Hoven 
Bob Witcher 
Raymond Volker 
James Yongue 




Delta Sigma Phi was founded at the College of the City of New York in 1899, and Tulane's Chi 
Chapter was established in 1916. The Fraternity colors are nile green and white and the flower 
is the white carnation. 

Joseph Miceli is the president, ably assisted by his two vice-presidents, Warren Mix and Ray 
Froeba. Max Miller gleans the wampum from the brothers and Bob Collins writes the chapter's 
letters. Arthur Hyland is the sergeant-at-arms. 

The two biggest parties of the Delta Sig's year are the winter formal and the inimitable Bayou 
Brawl. In addition, the fratres gather at the house frequently for the usual number of drinking 
brawls. 



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First Row: Barlow, Barnes, Bayhi, Benson, Collins, 
Davis, Daniels. Second Row: Dastique, Felger, Finger, 
Guillott, Hantel, Howard, Kirchenheuter. Third Row: 
Leach, Lizarraga, Martin, McDermett, Mcintosh, 
Miceli, Miller. Fourth Row: Mix, Moppert, Muller 
O'Connell, Palermo, Parmentel, Plunkett. Fifth Rowi 
Praft, Ramoneda, Rife, Smith, Spence, Von Gohren, 
Von hloven, Yongue. 



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OFFICERS 



PARTIES 



PAUL MORPHY President 

FRED HARE Vice-President 

SIDNEY REYNAUD Treasurer 

THOMAS ALLEN Corresponding Secretary 

CHARLES RAMOND Recording Secretary 

PHARES FRANTZ Pledge Master 

Nov. 20, 1948 Costume party (Dantes Inferno) 

Dec. 10, 1948 Fraternity formal 

Dec. 18, 1948 Christmas Party 

Dec. 31, 1948 New Year's Eve Party 



MEMBERS 



Thomas Allen 
Bruce Ashley 
Robert Augustin 
Roland Bahan 
Tom Beal 
Frank Bell 
Sam Blanchard 
Robert Boswell 
Gerard Call 
Reginald Caro 
Anthony Clesi 
Leo Coco 
Robin Dahlberg 
Phares Frantz 
Robert Fuselier 
Hans Gruenburg 



Clifford Guibet 
Carl Halcenjos 
Fred Hare 
Don Harris 
Richard Howell 
Norwood Hymell 
Milton Janssen 
J. Boiling Jones 
Louis Kerner 
Ned Lambremont 
Cluis McCarthy 
Jerry Modenbach 
Paul Morphy 
George Newburn 
Donald Pettepher 



Charles Ramond 
Kerry Redmann 
Sidney Reynaud 
James Reynolds 
Hubert Roepe 
Arthur Rutherford 
Ken Shaw 
Theodore Smith 
Ray Sturkie 
Rodney Thompson 
F. J. Toups 

D. MacGregor Van Wart 
Joseph Viguerle 
Frank Vonder Harr 
Carl White 
Herbert Young 



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Under the guiding hand of president Paul Morphy. the Delts have plunged into one of their 
most successful years since the establishing of Beta Xi chapter at Tulane in 1889. During the past 
summer, actives and pledges turned out a small miracle in redecorating the house under the 
direction of Phares Frantz. The best party of the season in the opinion of all was the "Vive la 
France" party with the "Beta Xi-Clone" running a close second. Homecoming Day saw the Delts 
in second place with their display — brain child of Ken Shaw. A cocktail party In honor of the 
alumni followed Homecoming game after which all journeyed downtown to the Homecoming Dance 
at the city auditorium. 



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First Row: Bell, Boswell, Clesi, Hakenjos, Hymell. Sec- 
ond Row: Janssen, Lambremont, Modenbach, Morphy, 
Pettepher. Third Row: Ramond, Roepe, Shaw, Smith. 
Fourth Row: Vender hiarr. White, Young. 



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Rushees are fhe luckiesf people 



K.A.'s and Friends 



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MEMBERS 



Dick Baccich 
Jim Bass 
George Baus 
Louis Bernard 
Buck Benton 
Charles Brown 
Gordon Clay 
Voss Coolcsey 
Cy Courtney 
Jack Craddock 
Cy Crites 
Jimmy Dick 
S+rueby Drumm 
Andrew Dykers 
Bobby Emery 
Buddy Emery 
Shirley Friend 
Bill Gardener 
Allen Gattis 



Mac Gautier 
Sen+on Granberry 
Lu+her Hall 
John Hammond 
Billy Hayden 
Joe Hero 
John Hobson 
Kay Hollisfer 
Kilian Huger 
Warren Hunt 
Clide Landre+h 
Charles LeCorgne 
Eugene Lozes 
Tony Magee 
John Marshall 
Kimo McVay 
William R. Moore, Jr. 
Ross Murrell 
Julian Newman 



Randy Newman 
Tommy Parker 
Adair Pedrick 
Parks Pedrick 
Burl Sammons 
Francis Scarrltt 
Bud Schwing 
Frank Smith 
Wilson Shirley 
Don Sf. Onge 
Jimmy S+ulb 
Lucius Suthon 
Walther Su+hon 
Ballard Tebo 
Steven Voelker 
Joe Ward 
Biake West 
Stuart Wooddy 
Leigh Williams 




Kappa Alpha was founded at Washington and Lee University in 1865, and Psi Chapter was 
founded at Tulane in 1886. The colors are Crimson and Old Gold, and the fraternity flowers are 
the Red Rose, and Magnolia. 

The crew is run by Charles Brown, ably assisted by Burl Sammons, Billy Hayden is secretary and 
Adair Pedrick has the power of the purse. 

Famed for many years for their annual Cotton Ball, the KA Rebels are maintaining that noble 
tradiHon, and are adding to their reputation for brawl throwing, in fact, almost any Saturday night, 
the Interested person can usually find some sort of mad aggregation in conclave at the house. 



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First Row: Ben+on, Courtney, Dick, Drumm, Dykers, 
Gattis. Second Row: Gautier, Hammond, Huger, 
Landreth, McVay, Newman. Third Row: A. Pedrick, 
P. Pedrick, Sammons, Scarritt, St. Onge, Stulb. Fourth 
Row: L. Suthon, W. Suthon, Tebo. Voelker, Ward, 
West. 



" — lift that barge; tote that bale" 




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"Crul!, Turner, Cannon and Women" 



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Beautiful, wasn't it? 



MEMBERS 



Phil Albrecht 
John Baker 
Jannes Blewster 
Curtis Boisfontalne 
Robert Boh 
Baron Bourg 
Bob Breeding 
Warren Brennen 
Reginald Brinkman 
Robert Bruce 
Frank S. Cannon 
George Collier 
Ron Cowart 
Bill Crull 
Bob Danos 
Berkley Davis 
Gerald Delery 
El Dennon 
Fred Dixon 
Rudy Eason 
Homer Ellis 
Jack Gallion 



Claude Gillettee 
Jeff Green 
Robert Green 
Harold Hart 
Robert Harmon 
Julian Harwell 
Bob Hemperly 
Bill Hess 
Robert Hess 
E. B. Holbrook 
Pierre Halioway 
Harold Jamison 
Walter Kellog 
Claude Kelly 
Edward Landry 
Joe Landwehr 
Armand Legend re 
Edward LIndsey 
Sumner Long 
Al Lottinger 
Don Miester 
William Middleton 



Dick Mouledous 
Paul Newell 
Richard Norris 
Ed O'Connor 
Eldon Pence 
Bob Peyroux 
Janar Raid 
Jack Roberts 
Dan Rogas 
Wilfred Roux 
Bob Seay 
Harry Schmidt 
Eugene Smith 
Donald Tinkle 
Robert Thompson 
John Treen 
Jack Turner 
Sid Vail 

Reggie Wagner 
Dick Wheat 
Herb Wren 
John Young 




All things being considered, Kappa Sigma Is without a doubt a fraternity on the Tulane 
campus. This year they had officers, Dip Treen, and Footsie Holbrook served as presidents. They 
had good parties, most memorable of which was the Pirate Party. They had fair athletic teams, 
but something went wrong, when Mackenroth, and Long got confused and won the tennis champion- 
ship. Also, the Kappa Sigs this year had good whiskey, and bad women. 



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First Row: Albrecht, Baker, Blewster, Bolsfontaine, 
Brennen, Brinkman, Bruce, Collier. Second Row: Co- 
wart, Crull, Danos, Eason, Ellis, Galllon, Gillette, J. 
Green. Third Row: R. Green, Hart, Harwell, Hemper- 
ly, B. Hess, R. Hess, Holbrook, Holloway. Fourth 
Row: Jamison, Kelly, Landwehr, Legendre, LIndsey, 
Long, Lottlnger. Fifth Row: MIester, MIddleton, 
Newell, O'Conner, Pence, Peyroux, Roberts. Sixth 
Row: Roux, Seay, Thompson, Turner, Vail, Wren, 
Young. 



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OFFICERS 



PLEDGE OFFICERS' 



E. RONALD ORFILA President 

FRANK V. McMILLEN. II First Vice-President 

EDWARD BAGSETT Second Vice-President 

V^ILLIAM S. JAMESON Secretary 

SIMMIE MONROE Treasurer 

ROBERT S. KLINE Pledge Director 

ERNEST V^ILLIAM DRACKETT, Jr Corresponding Secretary 

EDMUND P. PIXBERG, Jr Sergeant-At-Arms 

HOMER K. JOHNSON, Jr. ..-.". Sergeant-At-Arms 

JOHN H. PHILLIPS _ President 

ANDREW WHIT. CRAMER Vice-President 

JACK E. PONDER Secretary 



MEMBERS 




William B. Allison 
Edward Baggeth 
Harold C. Baimer 
Joseph W, Baimer 
Robert V. Barnett 
Emile Baumhauer 
John R. Bise, III 
Brantle Blankenship 
Alv/yn Buckland 
E. Phil Bultman, Jr. 
Grover L. Bynum 
William B. Cameron 
Warren O. Coleman 
A. Whittler Cramer 
Joseph De Blanc, Jr. 
Paul Desbon 
Ernest Draclcett, Jr. 
Max E. Druen 
Robert N. Eddy 
Dyer J. Farley 



LocWood Fell 
John A. Ferris, Jr. 
Harvey Fitzpatriclc 
Fred M. Guice 
Robert E. Guyton 
Theodore F. Ha Her, Jr 
Herman V. Hassell 
William E. Hiller 
James W. Holmes 
Donald B. Jackson 
John B. Jameson, Jr, 
William S. Jameson 
Homer K. Johnson, Jr. 
Robert S. Kline 
John A. Lohman 
Cedric W, Lowtey 
Frank V. McMillen, II 
Robert L. Magee 
John E. Meeks 
Chris L. Mengis 



Simmie R. Monroe 
Russell Montgomery 
Aubrey L. Moore 
William B. Morgan 
Benjamin B. Okel 
E. Ronald Orfila 
Rene Paysse 
John H. Phillips 
Edmund P. Pixberg, Jr. 
Reuben J. Plant 
Jack E. Ponder 
J. Ford Reilley 
James B. Roberts 
Richard Ruckstuhl 
A. J. Schmitt 
Peter Schneider 
Peter C. Smith 
Frank Smolen 
John E. Stafford 
Clay E. Talbot. Jr. 
Edward Van Amerongen 



Phi Kappa Sigma, the oldest fraternity on the Tulane campus, was founded at the University of 
Pennsylvania, October 19, 1850. Mu Chapter came to Tulane on January 14, 1858. 

The year's social activities were started with Intensive rushing, which was climaxed by a tremen- 
dous punch party given in honor of the new pledges. During the football season, various sorority 
pledges were entertained at the house. The highlight of the year Is the annual formal given at 
the New Orleans Country Club. This was closely followed by the Plainsman Party and Bowery Party 
in so far as popularity is concerned. 



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First Row: Allison, H. Balmer, J. Balmer, Barnett, 
Baumhaver, Bultman, Blankenship. Second Row: Des- 
bon, Drackett, Ferris, Haller, Hiller, Holmes, Jackson. 
Third Row: J. Jameson, W. Jameson, Johnson, Loh- 
man, Lowery, McMillen, Meeks. Fourth Row: Monroe, 
Montgomery, Okel, Orfila, Pixberq, Plant, Ponder. 
Fifth Row: Reilley, Smith, Smolen, Stafford, Talbot, 
Van Amerongen. 



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MEMBERS 



Gordon A. Atkinson 
W. Harold Avani" 
John A. Batt 
Buddy Beasley 
William Beckam 
Sterling B. Bignsr 
Charles Bonura 
James hi. Brennan 
Littleton Brodie 
Malcolm Brown 
C. Bayless Conley 
John T. Cooper 
James O. Crary 
W. H. Dudley, III 
Burton S. Floyd 
Robert Fly 
Earl Fredricks 
Walter Gagnet 
Samuel hiarris 



hiarvey Hellman 
John hlunt 
Alexander Jackson 
Jane Shepard 
Ben Joiner 
G. Fred Lamprecht 
Edward Lennox 
Emanuel Livaudais 
Sam Maclin 
George Maddox 
Robert Maxwell 
Richard Nash 
Richard Nunnally 
H. F. Page 
Leonard Parrish 
W. Lee Poe 
Carol Ray 
Robert Rogers 



Edmund Rose 
Thomas Ryan 
Jack Sammer 
Thomas Sandridge 
Robert Shader 
Earl Sigur 
R. Clyde Smith 
Robert Starks 
Hooper Stiles 
Frank J. Stitch, Jr. 
John Thompson 
Richard Wamsgams, Jr. 
Walter Ward 
Douglas Watters, Jr. 
Lowell Westermann 
William Willkomn 
Richard Wilson 
Robert Zetzmann 




Phi Delta Theta Is now in its lOOth year nationally, while Louisiana Alpha Chapter at Tulane. 
is in its 59th year. Local activity started on September lOth. after a highly successful lOOth an- 
niversary celebration at Miami University, the birthplace of the fraternity. 

Among the highlights of the Phi Delt year were the annual South Sea Island party, the Bed- 
time party, the Christmas party and the Annual spring Formal, in addition to a slew of beach 
parties and truck rides. 

In the BMOC department. Phi Delt has its share. Of great importance to Frnka's, Greenies. 
were brothers, Bobby Maxwell and George Maddox. kicking and line boys respectively. 



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First Row: Batt, Beckham, Biqner, Bonura, Brodie, 
Charbonnet. Second Row: Conley, Cooper, Fly, Gag- 
net, Hunt, Jane. Third Row: Livaudais, Maclin, Max- 
well, Nunnaly, Parrish, Poe. Fourth Row: Rose, Ryan, 
Sandridge, Sigur, Starkes, Stitch. Fifth Row: Wams- 
gams, Watters, Wilson, Zetzmann. 



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ACTIVES 



Henry T. Aardweg 
Edgar M. Ashworth, Jr 
Harry A. Burglass 
James H. Cadzow 
Dudley L. Corbin 
John S. Carinhas 
Robert L. Douglas 
Richmond B. Dennis 
William F. Fant 
Richard M. Fields 
Shira K. Hartley 
Pecoblo C. Impastato 
Paul E. T. Jensen 
John A. Jumel, III 
James R. Henry 
Ernest W. Hupperlch 
Leonard R. Kennedy 
Car! A. Kline 
Crawford W. Long 



James W. McCrary, Jr. 
Michael M. Maher 
John R. McLaughlin 
Robert D. Munch 
Sam Matttna 
Joe Mattlna 
Gilbert Morgan 
Louis C. Murray 
Samuel F. Parker 
Cornellous C. Perkins 
Edward P. Randolph, III 
David R. Rodrigue 
Matt T. Roberts 
William G. Roland, Jr. 
Walter F. Roy 
David H. Rust 
Creed B. Scogglns 
Harold E. R. Scherer, Jr. 
Bobby Glenn Smith 



James M. Snedigar 

Joseph E. Stockwell 
Robert E. Taylor 
Leo F. Wagner, Jr. 
Charles T. White. Jr. 
William D. Weil 
J. B. Weig 
Jack W. Williams 
Forrest C. Wilson, Jr. 
George R. WImblsh 
George R. Wood, Jr. 
William Z. Zisi 
William H. Davis 
Max M. MInter 
Walter J. Folse 
Maurice Therlot 
Russel Porter 
Milton F. Anton 
Thomas C. Creagon 



PLEDGES 



Wallace Bewley 
Joseph Holiday 
Russel! F. Ledoux 



Clarence J. Martin 
Terry T. Miller 



Donald M. Randolph 
Walter W. Whitlock 




During the Christmas holidays, ^he Pikes finally got a place they could call "home." They 
moved a dozen men Into the house and settled down to a real fraternity existence. 

In the last two rush seasons, PIKA has pledged more rushees than any other fraternity on campus, 
bringing Its membership to over sixty five and placing It high among the largest fraternities at 
Tijlane. 

In addition to the regular run-of-the-mill parties, PIKA gave two highly memorable events: the 
Dream Girl Formal, at which Fran Dalton was elected "Dream Girl of PIKA"; and the Fals Do Do, 
one of the most unusual parties of the year. 



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First Row: Aardweg, Anton, Ashworth, Carinhas, 
Coulon, Creaqan, Corbin, Douglas. Second Row: 
Fant, Hartley, Hupperlch, Innpastato, Jensen, Jumel, 
Kline, LeDoux. Third Row: Long, Maher, Mattina, Mc- 
Crary, Minter, Morgan, Munch, Parker. Fourth Row: 
Perkins, D. Randolph, E. Randolph, Rodrigue, Roland, 
Rust, Scherer, Scoggins. Fifth Row: Shrine, Smith, 
Snedigar, Theriot, Wagner, Weil, Wimbish, Wood, 
Zisi. 



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OFFICERS 



FRED DAUSSIN President 

JAMES PATRICK Vice-President 

BOB BOUDREAU Secretary 

HOWDY TRELEAVEN . Recorder 

BILL CORRY Correspondent 

KEN LANGGUTH Chronicler 

MIKE McNULTY Herald 

WAYNE VINCENT Warden 

BOB COX Chaplain 

BOB HULICK House Manager 



MEMBERS 



James Harner Biade 
Samuel H. Benbow 
Robert J. Boudreau 
Robert Bryson 
Wade Burnside, Jr. 
Harry Cabral, Jr. 
Hamilton Cage 
Jim Collins 
William Corry 
Robert Cox 
Rodney Crowder 
Fred Daussin 



Thomas Shelby Farmer 
Malcolm Forsyth 
J. Marsh Frere 
Gene Clankler 
David Grey 
Richard Hadden 
Harry Hubenthal 
Robert Hulick 
Thomas S. Kelly. Jr. 
Jim Kennedy 
Carlos Lamar 
Kenny Langguth 



Clyde LeBlanc 
Henry LeMIeux 
Guy LeMieux 
Andrew Mays 
Michael McNulty 
Jack Newman 
William P. Pardue 
James K. Patrick 
Charles Prevost 
Daniel Ryan Sartor, Jr. 
Richmond Sharb rough 
Wilson Shoughrue 



Richard S. Sterkx 

Douglas Stutsman 
Blanchard H. Texada 
Howdy Treleaven 
Wayne Vincent 
Eugene Lee Wallace, Jr. 
Philip B. Watson, Jr. 
Samuel G. Weliborn 
Jim Wilson, Jr. 
Ernest Allen Wright 
James Wynne 




Sigma Alpha Epsilon started its fifty-first year on the campus this fall with the introduction of its 
new house on Broadway. After pledging twenty-three men following rush week, SAE quickly fell 
into the host of high spirit that reigned with Tulane's winning football team and were only too 
sorry to see the season close in late November. With football season passed the Saturday night 
victory celebrations, the Sunday afternoon sorority parties, and, of course, the pledge-active foot- 
ball game. 

The annual Christmas party featured everything from Santa Claus himself to a Spike Jones 
orchestra composed of the members of the pledge class. 

Then after saying farewell to all Newcomb sororities and dormitories by serenading them with 
Christmas carols and fraternity songs, the brothers bid each other a Merry Xmas and a Happy 
New Year and left for the Yuletlde vacation. 

The SAE black and white formal welcomed everyone back to school in January to the music of 
Loyd Alexander in the Tulane Room of the Jung Hotel. 

There were swift changes of scenery at the fraternity house as the second semester opened. 
Parties varied from gambling casslnos to Square Dances to MardI Gras, climaxing with the Founders 
Day Banquet celeb ratiing the founding of Sigma Alpha Epsilon at the University of Alabama on 
March 9, 1856. 

It was quite a year. 



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The men that ran the show 



First Row: Blake, Boudreau, Bryson, Burnside, Cabral, 
Collins. Second Row: Corry, Cox, Farmer, Forsyth, 
Frere, Hadden. Third Row: Kelly, Kennedy, Lamar, 
Langguth, LeBlanc, LeMieux. Fourth Row: McNulty, 
Patrick, Prevost, Sartor, Sharbrough, Stutsman. Fifth 
Row: Treleaven, Vincent, Wallace, Watson, Wellborn, 
Wilson, Wright. 



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OFFICERS 



JACK GURRY Prior 

CHARLES S. ROSENBLUM Co-Exchequer 

JULIUS M. COHN Co-Exchequer 

MARTON A. MADOFF Recorder 



MEMBERS 



Beryl O. Ames 
Leonard Bagelman 
Louis Bell 
Robert R. Bender 
Alvin Binder 
Paul Blau 
Joel Cohn 
Julius M. Cohn 
Jerald Feldman 
Leonard A. Goldstein 
Lester S. Granetz 
Mason Griff 
Robert Gross 



Jack Gurry 
Alvin K. Halpern 
Joseph S. Harris 
Steven Holsman 
Ralph Katz 
Stanley Klrsmen 
Sannuel P. Landers 
Ivan R. Leopold 
Milton Loeb 
Morton A. Madoft 
Jordan A. Metzger 
Erwin Monasters 
Robert L. Orenstein 



Arnold Pesses 
Richard Rosen 
Charles S. Rosenblum 
Melvin Rothenberg 
Edward S. Schl^singer 
Harland Sindell 
Irvin A. Skibell 
Beni Toledano 
John Walters 
Manuel Weiss 
Donald Wolf 
HHarry F. Yoffee 
Milton Orkin 




Sigma Alpha Mu was founded on the Tulane Campus in 1920 and at the annual Orchid Formal 
in November, the chapter celebrated its twenty-eighth anniversary. The formal was the high point 
of the Sammie's social season, Anita Fay Zinn was elected sweetheart, and the usual good time 
was had by everyone. 

In addition to the formal, the fraternity had some other top flight parties: the Plantation Party 
at which fried chicken was the piece de resistance; the farewell banquet; and the shipwreck party. 

All in all, this has been one of Sammie's best years on the Tulane campus. 



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First Row: Baqelman, J. Cohn, J. M. Cohn, Feldman, 
Goldstein. Second Row: Griff, Helpern, Landers, 
Levy, Gurry. Third Row: Metzqer, Monastersky, Or- 
kin, Schlesinger, SindelL Fourth Row: Skibell, Toledano, 
Wolf, Yoffee. 



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OFFICERS 



MEMBERS 




WILLIAM E. WATKINS Consul 

RICHARD J. JOHNSON Pro-Consul 

EDWARD THOMAS PITCHER Annotafor 

FRANKLIN HILDEBRAND Tribune 

GEORGE D. NELSON Associate Editor 

DAVID HAMILTON Magister 



Edward S. Bagley 
Thomas Bowman 
Paul Brosman 
Robert Brush 
Donald Church 
Everett Dane 
Thomas Deana 
LIvingson de Lancey 
Lee S. Dickerson 
Fredrick Evans 
Vernon Lea Ewing 
Richmond Galbreath 
Thomas Green 
Earl Patten Gore 
Thomas L. Habig 
David C. Hamilton 
Henry Louis Hammett 
Robert Bernard Hammett 



Connie Hanley 
Henry Grady Harper 
Franklin Hildebrand 
"Doc" Herrmann 
Julius Hohenstein 
Richard Johnson 
Richard Johnson 
Robert Jones 
Henry Ketchum 
Sherwood Kiser 
Louis Phillippe Larue 
"Chuck" Lawrence 
Clinton Edward Lockard 
Michael Maloney 
Louis G. McGee, Jr. 
Hugh McLeod 
John McLeod 



George D. Nelson, Jr. 
Robert James Paterson 
Myron Pickens 
Edward Thomas Pitcher 
Edward McCall Plauche 
William Arthur Porter 
Tom Reising 
Benjamin C. Sale, Jr. 
Joseph Shields 
Catchings Baird Smith 
Thomas Stout 
William Voss 
Walter Waslington 
William Watkins 
Richard Weir 
Robert Milton Wells 
Clement Walker Weston 



Fraternity flower: White Rose. The White Cross of Sigma Chi has been proudly on the Tulane 
Campus since 1882. Since that date thousands of men have been initiated into Alpha Omicron 
chapter. And this year 67 years after that founding, Sigma Chi is carrying on in a grand and 
glorious fashion. This year we ardently followed the great Tulane "Green Wave" pigskin eleven. 
We cheered the victorious basketball team. We entertained with some fine parties that were 
wholeheartedly enjoyed. The fellowship was superlative and the old Sig proposition of reciprocity 
toward members and Fraternity was tenaciously adhered to. (Oh, Constantine) . These little 
morsels of college life at the old white house on 803 Pine will long be remembered by those who 
associated with Sigma Chi. 

As for "Big Wheels," Sigma Chi has Its share. Harris Copenhaver is co-editor of the yearbook, 
the JAMBALAYA; Dave Hamilton Is vice-president of the Junior Class of Commerce; and we can 
proudly point to our finest footballer, Bobby Jones of the Greenie football varsity. (And incldently 
to our beautiful sweetheart, Miss Violet Whitehead, who was selected to be homecoming queen}. 

Guiding us through this successful year was Bill Watkins who manipulated the gavel; Richard 
Johnson who worked in the shadow of our consul; Tom Richer who recorded the chapter function 
for posterity and future Sigs; Bob Brush did the debiting and crediting; George Nelson was our 
"public relations" man; and David Hamilton had the nerveracklng job of educating our pledges. 



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First Row: Bowman, Brosman, Brush, Church, Dane, 
Deane, deLancey, Dickenson. Second Row: Evans, 
Ewinq, Green, hiabig, Hamilton, Hammett, Hanley, 
Hildebrand. Third Row: hHerrmann, hJohenstein, John- 
son, Jones, Ketchum, Larue, Lawrence, McGee. 
Fourth Row: hi. McLeod, J. McLeod, Nelson, Pickens, 
Pitcher, Porter, Reising, Shields. Fifth Row: Smith, 
Voss, Wadlington, Watkins, Wells, Weston. 



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The trend of the times 



SlliiA PI 



OFFICERS 



TOM McBRIDE President 

GEORGE MARKEY Vice-President 

OETTRICH HASS Secretary 

JOE RICHARDS Treasurer 

LOUISE HEINTZ Warden 

WILDER KUHN Harold 



MEMBERS 



Lee Bateman 
Howard Bell 
Edward Benton, Jr. 
Pat Bryer 
Dave Clary 
Clifford DeLaup 
Ward DeLaup 
Bob Eggerton 
Lyie Garitty 
Oettrlch Mass 
Billy Hagstette 
Frank Hava 
Louis Heintz 
Larry Hennessey 



Robert Hood 
Bernie Horton 
John Huber 

Dan Hurley 
Douglas Jaubert 
Bill Keller 
Wilder Kuhn 
Alan Kunz 

John Lopez 
George Markey 
Alvin Malus 
Donald Maynard 
Tom McBride 



Louis Mey 
Paul Naquin 
Ed Nolen 
Don Norez 
Bruce Nunez 
Harvey Oelkers 
Russell Parpal 
Norman Reisig 
Joe Richards 
Ruggles Stapleton 
Gerald Schwark 
Leon Sule 
August Wagner 




Founded: Vincennes University, 1897; Omicron, 1920. Under the able leadership of Tom McBride 
and his associates, and following in the footsteps of past sage Carl Dolce, Sigma Pi is recording 
'48-'49 as another banner year. Outstanding of accomplishment was the incorporation in the state 
of Louisiana the Sigma Pi House Corporation. Social items of interest include a Hallowe'en Barn 
Dance with witches, punch, music dancing, and ghosts; an unusual-as recorded in the minutes- 
Christmas Party; a Christmas Party for the orphans which contributed its due amount of good cheer; 
the lavish Mardi Gras truck ride; Founder's Day Banquet; the famous Orchid Formal; and other less 
publicized events. 



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First Row: Bateman, Bell, Bryer, Garitty, Haas, Hara. 
Second Row: Hennessey, Hood, Huber, Hurley, Jau- 
bert, Keller. Third Row: Kuhn, Lopez, Markey, May- 
nard, McBride, Naquin. Fourth Row: Nolen, Norez, 
Schwark, Soule. 



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OFFICERS 



LEONARD WOLFF President 

JAY LEWIS RUBIN Vice-President 

JOEL LEWIS RUBIN Secretary 

ROBERT HIRSCH Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Herbert Abraham 
Joe Badt 
Benjamin BashlnsU 
Robert Cohn 
Murry Cohen 
Norman Davidson 
John Dreyfus 
Seymour Dreyfus 
hloward Eichenbaum 
Willard Eisner 
P. J. Ekman 
Robert Feldman 
Phil Flowers 
Richard Garfinkel 
Marc Golden 
Bob Goldsmith 
Julien Good 
Milton Gould 
VIncint Goodman 
hiarry Hammil 
Julian Henriquiis 
Leo Heymann 
Roger Jacobs 



L. R. Jalenak 
Mervin Jankower 
Don Kahan 
Leon Kahn 
Eugene Katz 
Jonas Kisber. Jr. 
Julian Kurtz 
Sidney Lazard 
Buddy Lazarov. 
Donald Levy 
Ferd Levy 
Sol Lift 
Paul Litner 
Tony Lowe 
Howard Maibach 
Bob Maltz 
David Masur 
Hobart Meyer, Jr. 
Sol MIntz 
Leonard Parker 
Morton Pepper 
Leo Rocs 
Jerome Rosenthal 



Walter Schwartz 
Morey Sear 
Skippy Schlenker 
Ralfe Silverman 
Bob Sonfield 
Gilbert Spencer 
Stanley Starr 
Charles Stern 
Sam Strauss, Jr. 
Henry Threefoot 
Leonard Tunis 
Ralph Turner 
Conrad Weil 
Donald Weil 
Max Weinstein 
Richard Wise 
Pete Beer 
Adrian Benjamin 
Jerry Edelstein 
Robert Hirsch 
Leonard Wolff 
Joel L. Shore 
Jay Lewis Rubin 




Zeta Beta Tau was founded at the Jewish Theological Seminary in 1898, and in 1909, the Sigma 
Chapter at Tulane was installed. The fraternity colors are Blue, White and Gold, and the flower 
is the white rose. 

Leonard Wolff is intrusted with the job of managing the mob, and his assistant in the rather 
arduou!- task is Jay Lewis Rubin, not to be confused with Joel Lewis Rubin, the secretary. All 
mattei's financial are handled by Robert Hirsch. 

Among the social events on the Zebe calendar are the annual formal, the truck ride to Covington 
to meet their L.S.U. brothers, and the usual aggregation of parties during the year. 



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First Row: Abraham, Bashinski, Beer, Benjamin, Cohn, 
Cohen, Davidson. Second Row: Dreyfus, Eichenbaum, 
Eisner, Ekman, Good, hienriques, Jalenak. Third Row: 
Jankower, Kahan, Kahn, Kisber, Levy, Lift, Litner. 
Fourth Row: Maibach, Masur, Meyer, Mintz, Parker, 
Pepper, Roos. Fifth Row: Rubin, Sear, Sondfield, 
Starr, Strauss, Threefoot, Tunis, Turner. 



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OFFICERS 

E. WARREN EISNER President DAVE LEVINE 

LEONARD FUHRER Vice-President 

ACTIVES 



Secretary 

MEL WEINGARTEN Treasurer 



Aaron Buchsbaum 
Morris Burk 
Stanley Cantor 
Cllve Cummis 
Leonard Diamond 
E. Warren Eisner 
Stuart Farber 
Leonard Fuhrer 



David Levine 
Morris Levy 
Al Lechter 
Jerome Maliner 
Monroe Marsh 
Joe Nelkin 
Paul Newman 



Ned Padwa 
Max Pallet 
Stanley Rabin 
Gerson Saltz 
Saul Schneider 
Jack Sherman 
Art Steinburg 



Harold Smelson 
Ronald Sturtz 
Gilbert Walker 
Mel Weingarten 
Lewis Wiener 
Edward ZaI+a 
h4erbert Zeffert 



Kappa Nu was founded at Rochester University in 191 1. and In 
1922, Sigma Chapter was installed at Tulane. The fraternity colors are 
purple and white and the fraternity flowers are the orchid and the 
gardenia. 

The mob is handled by E. Warren Eisner, who is assisted in this task 



by Leonard Fuhrer. Dave Levine Is scribe for the clan, while Mel 
Weingarten is responsible for paying bills and occasionally collecting 
dues. 

The chapter gives the usual bunch of parties, but all members look 
forward to the annual formal which is given in May. 




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The Pan-Hellenic Council represents the co-operation and harmony 
maintained by the fraternities in guarding their college's ideals and 
better serving their college community. 

The Council is the governing body of the eleven fraternities on New- 
comb's campus; it is composed of two representatives from each frater- 
nity. 

This year, a Pan-hHellenIc Council Key was adopted for the first time 
on the Newcomb campus. Among the numerous welfare activities, Pan- 
hlellenic assisted in the Aid to St. Lo Drive and sponsored the European 
Clothing Drive. 

In addition. Sorority Skit Night again was outstanding on the enter- 
tainment program. The talent and ideas originated within each sorority 
and were most cleverly presented much to the pleasure of the entire 
University. A cup was awarded to the sorority which produced the best 
skit. 

Later in the year the annual Scholarship Banquet was held honoring the 
pledge and active member of each sorority who led their group in 
scholarship. 

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SUZANNE ALCUS 



OFFICERS 

President FRANCES KENTNER 

ANN BRODIE Treasurer 

REPRESENTATIVES 



Secretary 



JANE SPARKMAN 

JOYCE STABA 

PAT MAY 

PAT KISBER 

ANN BRODIE 

BARBARA BLUM 

ETHEL EATON .... 
CATHERINE NAEF. . . . 
SAYLE STOCKER . . . . 
JANE PARKHOUSE 
CHRISTHEL NUNSESSER 



First Row: Alcus, Blum, Eaton. 



. . . Alpha Delta Pi 
. . . Alpha Delta Pi 
- . Alpha Epsilon Phi 
. . Alpha Epsilon Phi 

. Alpha Omicron Pi 

Alpha Omicron Pi 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

.... Chi Omega 
Chi Omega 

Delta Zeta 



PATSY JO McDowell Delta Zeta 

MARTHA ANN TAYLOR Kappa Alpha Theia 

PETIE KELLY Kappa Alpha Theta 

DEBORAH CARROLL Kappa Kappa Gamma 

GEORGIA FISHER Kappa Kappa Gamma 

WINNIE KELLY Phi Mu 

GAYLE MACKENROTH Phi Mu 

CHARLENE McCORKLE Pi Beta Phi 

ELIZABETH NICHOLSON Pi Beta Phi 

SALLY JAMES Zeta Tau Alpha 

FRANCES KENTNER Zela Tau Alpha 



Fisher, James. Second Row: Kelly, Kentner, Kisber, McCorkle, McDowell. 
Fourth Row: Parkhouse, Staba, Taylor. 



Third Row: May, Naef, Nicholson, Nungesser. 




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OFFICERS 



MARGUERITE GALLOWAY President 

EMMA MORPHY Vice-President 

NELL GUILLOT Corresponding Secretary 

BETH SMITH - Recording Secretary 

TRICIA McRAVEN Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Pd+sy Adams 
Patricia Burke 
Louise Courtney Gate 
Marie Campagna 
Martha Marie Coltharp 
Doris Como 
Margaret Connell 
Kay Betty Davis 
Margot Frieda Frantzen 
M a rg a ret G a 1 1 owa y 
Shirley Green 
Fleurette Gross 



Nell GuiNot 
Sancy Hamilton 
Patricia S. hiinrichsen 
Dorothy Jung 
Lottie Louise Lee 
Nancy Lockwood 
Dorothy Maness 
Mary Matlage 
Rosemary McDonnell 
Tricia McRaven 
Gertrude Mlangollorra 
Emma Morphy 



Mildred Joyce Myers 
Effie Louise Perkins 
Caryl Ann Smild! 
Mary Elizabeth Smith 
Jane Sparkman 
Joyce Staba 
Gloria Stewart 
Mary Strausbaugh 
Ann Swartwout 
Katherlne Thornron 
Jacequelyn M. Vizzini 
Joycelyn M. Von Ehren 
Marilyn Woodward 




Alpha Delta Pi, founded in 1851. Is the oldest Greek letter sorority for women. Epsilon chapter 
of Alpha Delta Pi set up housekeeping at Newcomb in November of 1906. The insignia of the 
sorority Is a diamond shape pin set with pearls, and the flowers Is the violet. 

The social calendar for the year was crowded. The round of activities began with rush parties, 
pledging, and a dinner for the pledges. The next attraction was the weekly battles of the Green 
Wave, which the A. D. Pi's celebrated by having the door of their Pine Street domain open before 
all of the games. A Christmas party, the annual Spring Formal, the Founder's Day Banquet held 
May 15, and the house-party on the Gulf coast were other highlights of the social schedule. 



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First Row: Burke, Gate, Campagna, Coltharp, Frant- 
zen, Galloway, Green. Second Row: Gross, Hinrich- 
sen, Jung, Lee, Lockwood, Maness, Matlage. Third 
Row: McDonnell, McRaven, Morphy, Myers, Perkins, 
Staba, Stewart. Fourth Row: Strausbaugh, Swartwout, 
Thornton, Vizzini, Von Ehren, Woodward. 



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MYRNA FEINBERG President 

FLORA MAE GALE Vice-President 

DIANE MICHAEL Scribe 

ISABEL PEAL Registrar 

JOAN SOLOMON Treasurer 



MEMBERS 




Suzanne Alcus 
Shirley Bersadsky 
Leone Bloch 
Janet Brizman 
Carol Brown 
Lucienne Brunschwic 
Jane Burkenroad 
Connie Cohen 
Leah Drescher 
Shirley Dryer 
Ina Lee Edrehl 
Myrna Freinberg 
Joan Field 
Nancy Frankel 
Lee Friedlander 
Ellen Frolichs+ein 
Flora Mae Gale 
Shirley tJlosserman 
Jane Goldman 
Gloria Goodmdn 



Joan Goodman 
Pafsy Hausmann 
Marion hielzberg 
Carol Hirsh 
Honey Hohenberg 
Sydney Hohenberg 
Hermine Jacobs 
Marjorie Kafyi 
Pal Kisber 
Carolyn Klein 
Margot Kramer 
Dot Krasne 
Jane Levy 
Marie Louise Levy 
Patricia May 
Marilyn Meyer 
Diane Michael 
Elinor Newstadt 
Ann Pake 



Isabel Peal 
Ruth Radin 
Jay Reinganum 
Rhoda Robinowitz 
Betty Jean Rosen 
Alyce Rosenberg 
Janet Scharff 
Ann Schornstein 
Betty Lee Setf 
Joan Solomon 
Jocelyn Spitz 
Bertha Jean Stein 
Kay rhreefoat 
Ellen Tishman 
Barbara Tofol 
Claire Walker 
Florence Weil 
Tanya Wahl 
Martha Zibberman 
Anita Fay Zinn 



The letters AEP, set with pearls and standing side by side, form the pin of Alpha Epsilon Phi. 
This pin, together with the colors, green and white, the flower [llly-of-the-valley} , and Ihe jewel 
(pearl) compose the insignia of Alpha Epsilon Phi. Phi was founded October 24, 1909 at New 
Vork's Barnard College; seven years later, on December 24, 1916, Epsilon chapter came to New 
comb, taking its place as the third oldest active chapter in the country. 

Since that time, Epsilon's girls have always taken a leading and active part in all realms of 
college life. Highlights of their social calendar this year included besides rush parties, the tradi- 
tional Green and White Tea, pledge-active get togethers, the annual banquet honoring the graduat- 
ing seniors and best of all the wonderful Spring Formal. Aside from strictly social activities, the 
girls busied themselves in playing foster parents to a little twelve-year-old French girl, victim of 
the war. They still had time to take a leading part in strictly college activities too, being amply 
represented on the Dean's List and in the many clubs and societies on the campus. Outstanding 
in college activities this year were Suzanne Alcus, President of Newcomb Pan-hellenic Council, 
Myrna Feinberg. Dormitory Wing President, Ann Schornstein, Secretary of the Junior Class, Martha 
Zllberman, Secretary of the Swimming Club and Joan Solomon, Secretary of Greenbackers. 



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First Row: Alcus, Bersadsky, Bloch, Brizman, Brown, 
Brunschwiz, Burkenroad, Cohen. Second Row: Edrehi, 
Freinberg, Field, Frankel, Glosserman, Goldman, G, 
Goodman, J. Goodman. Third Row: Hausman, Hirsh, 
Hohenberg, Kahn, Kisber, Klein, Kramer, J. Levy. 
Fourth Row: M. Levy, May, Meyer, Michael, New- 
stadt. Pake, Peal, Radin. Fifth Row: Reinganum, Rob- 
inowitz, Rosen, Rosenberg, Scharff, Schornstein, Seff, 
Solomon. Sixth Row: Spitz, Stein, Threefoot, Topol, 
Walker, Weil, Wohl, Zilberman, Zinn. 



Skit Night 




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Sharks 



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OFFICERS 



JOEL BETH SUHREN President 

ANN WELSH Vice-President 

DORA MARTIN Recording Secretary 

JOAN HEANEY Corresponding Secretary 

MARION McCUTCHEON Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Camllle Agnew 
Mary Belle Alston 
Deanne Berkley 
Barbara Blum 
Renee Bousquef 
Martha hlughes Bringle 
Ann Brodie 
hlarriet Carter 
Barbara Cherry 
Ann Coleback 
Ann Crump 
Jeanne Day 
Noel Dillard 
Barbara Ferguson 
Pamela Floyd 
Carol Cranberry 
Anne Greene 



Barbara Hammett 
Joyce Harper 
Joan Heaney 

Jocelyn Heaney 
Mary Anne Hebert 
Catherine Hodges 
Marilyn Hodges 
Joan Kastler 
Sally Kastler 
Betty Lamar 
Louisa Landon 
Mary Landry 
Gwen Langridga 
Carol Le Corgns 
Edna Lee 
Marion Lowe 
Dora Martin 
Marion McCutcheon 



Morris Middleton 
Patricia O'Brien 
Mary Elizabeth Fatten 
Joan Pesquie 
Beatrice Rault 
Patricia Reinerth 
Gene Robin 
Charlotte Sfioaf 
Blanche Snowden 
Evelyn Socola 
Anne Stringer 
Joel Beth Suhren 
Katherine Talbot 
Doris Tremoulet 
Mary Walker 
Anne Welsh 
Hazel Yarbrough 



Pi chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi was established at Newcomb College of Tulane University on 
September 8, 1898; this year marks the Fiftieth Anniversary of Alpha Omicron Pi at Newcomb. The 
Golden Jubilee Year was celebrated by the Pledge Banquet in September, the Founder's Day Ban- 
quet in December, the Dance in the Spring, and the Senior Banquet In May. 

True to its long-standing traditions, A O Pi had its share of Beauty Queens, as well as members 
of Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Sigma Sigma, and Assets. 

Beatrice Rault was elected President of the Newcomb Student Body; Patty O'Brien served as 
President of the Art School. Pi chapter was also represented by members of the Honor Board, 
Athleric Council, House Council of the Resident Government Association, and the Jambalaya. Ann 
Colebeck served as President of The Forum. Other members were named to Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities. Truly, the Golden Jubilee Year of Alpha Omicron Pi at New- 
comb was one of continued service to Tulane. 

The pin is the letters A O Pi superimposed; the color, cardinal; the 
Jacqueminot Rose. 



jewel, ruby; the 



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First Row: Alston, Berkley, Blum, Bousquet, Bringle, 
Cherry. Second Row: Crump, Cranberry, Greene, 
Harper, Hebert, Heaney. Third Row: Hodges, C, 
Hodges, M., Kastler, J., Kastler, S., Marriott, Martin. 
Fourth Row: McCutcheon, Middleton, O'Brien, Pat- 
ton, Reinerth, Sheaf. Fifth Row: Snowden, Socola, 
Stringer, Suhren, Walker, Welsh. 



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OFFICERS 



NATHALIE ROELING President 

BEVERLY BLANE Vice-President 

NORMA STRATZ Recording Secretary 

BETTY MALONE Corresponding Secretary 

MARY ANN THOMPSON •. . Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Mary Ann Arnold 
Elsa Asplundh 
Gerlain Beaucoudray 
Winnie Beier 
Beverly Blane 
Joyce Bruff 
Jean Celll 
Clementine Doskey 
Ethel Eaton 
Diane Fournet 



Walt rout Goedeske 
Gretchen Hanemann 
Marilyn Hanemann 
Marguerite Krestensen 
Janet Levy 
Jane Lee Luft 
Betty Malone 
Jocelyn Maynard 
Catherine Naef 
Joan Price 



Josephine Ramos 
Nathalie Roeling 
Marion Romaine 
Mary Durland Sapp 
Sydney Smithers 
Patsy Earl Spring 
Norma Stratz 
Mary Ann Thompson 
Patricia Welton 
Betty Jean West 



Founded In 1888 at Columbia. Missouri, BSO settled at Newcomb in 1929 In the form of Alpha 
Sigma chapter. Our colors are ruby and pink and our flowers are the Richmond and Ki I la may 




The gal with the gavel around the rooms Is Nathalie Roeling, and in her absence Bev Blane 
maintains order as well as keeping the pledges walking the chalkline. Norma Stratz, as chief minute 
scribbler records those items that should make history someday, while Betty Malone mass produces 
tons of thank-you notes and other chapter activities — In this field we Beta Sigs can't help but boast. 
Dabbling freely in campus politics, we claim Norma Stratz, President of the Music School, Ethel 
Eaton, President of the Y.W.C.A., and Janet Levy, President of the Freshman class. Mary Jane 
Thompson guards the strongbox and so effectively that we promptly reward her by paying our 
dues whenever she appears In rags, holding the tin cup. 

Our life off the campus Is highlighted by the annual Formal, Easter house party, and numerous 
parties and feeds which we flock to on every possible occasion. 



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First Row: Arnold, Asplundh, Beaucoudray, Beier, 
Blane, Bruff, Celli. Second Row: Doskey, Eaton, Four- 
net, Goedeske, Hannemann, Krestensen, Levy. Third 
Row: Luft, Maynard, Naef, Price, Ramos, Roeling, Ro- 
maine. Fourth Row: Sapp, Smithers, Spring, Stratz, 
Welton, West. 



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OFFICERS 



ELAINE JONES President 

KATHRYN FAVROT Vice-President 

JANE PARKHOUSE Secretary 

Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Jean Anis 
June Antley 
Eugenia Baird 
Elizabeth Barkdull 
Eonlta Benedict 
Margaret Bingham 
Beverly Brown 
Virginia Bowen 
Elizabeth Calvert 
Eloise Cappell 
Nan Dantzler 
Joan Donaldson 
Noel Donovan 
Jean Edwards 
Margaret Ann Edwards 
Phyllis Emiing 
Margaret Endress 
Kathryn Favrot 
Margaret Field 



Elizabeth Freret 
Margaret Sandolfo 
Elizabeth Garrison 

Margaret Heyer 
Mary Kay Hickey 
Phyllis Hobbs 
Marian Hodges 
Joan James 
Elaine Jones 
Janet Kerlin 
Ruth King 
Virginia King 
Margaret Landry 
Claire Lewis 
Andrea Livaudals 
Christine Mag ruder 
Nancy Marler 
Eugenia McLaughlin 



hlelen Messlck 
Dahlgren Miller 
Bettina Muelling 
Mary Blakeslee Nettleton 
Betty Ohemig 
Peggy O'Niell 
Jane Parkhouse 
Polly Jean Phelps 
Molly Roy 
June Sherrouse 
Milllcent Smitherman 
Gayle Stocker 
Flora Talmage 
Genevieve Walker 
Jackie Walker 
Jeanne Walker 
Jane Kittrell Ware 
June Wells 
Mary Whitehead 




At the turn of the century when Newcomb was becoming famous for its southern belles, Chi 

Omega decided to join the roll call and established Rho chapter on the campus in 1900. The 

Chi Omegas are still holding up the tradition in that respect, but they also contribute to the col- 
lege spirit with their Interest in campus activities and their full schedule of sorority banquets, formals 
and bi-monthly suppers in their rooms. 

The sorority pin Is the Greek letters Chi and Omega, super-Imposed, one on the other. The 
colors are cardinal and straw, while the white carnation is the chosen flower. 



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First Row: Antley, Barkdull, Benedict, Bingham, Bow- 
en, Cappell, Donaldson. Second Row: Donovan, Ed- 
wards, J., Edwards, M., Emiling, Endress, Favrot, Field. 
Third Row: Gandolfo, Garrison, Heyer, Hobbs. 
Hodges, Jones, Kerlin. Fourth Row: King, R., King, 
v., Landry, Lewis, Livaudais, Magruder, Marler. Fifth 
Row: McLaughlin, Messick, Miller, Muelling, Nettle- 
ton, Parkhouse, Phelps. Sixth Row: Sherrouse, Smither- 
man, Talmadge, Walker, G., Walker, J., Ware, 
Wells, Whitehead. 




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OFFICERS 



CHRISTEL NUNGESSCR President 

MARY FINLEY Vice-President 

PATSY JO McDowell Corresponding Secretary 

GAYLE SCHWARZENBACH Recording Secretary 

ANNA BARTELS Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Janet Abadie 
Betty Barrere 
Anna Bartels 
Diane Bourgeois 
Karin Brandt 
Mary Jane Cam 
Dolores Culotta 



Mitzi Evans 
Mary Finley 
Mildred Foley 
Mary Alice Fournier 
Vilma Grosz 
Jane Johnston 
Noma Kirchberg 



Mercedes Maraist 
Patsy Jo McDowell 
Christel Nungesser 
Jaquelyn Rauch 
Gayle Schwa rzen bach 
Marie Louise Tureaud 
Nancy White 




Se>/en vears ago, in 1941, Newcomb College was invaded by a friendly group of girls known as 
the Delta Zetas. They founded the Beta Upsilon chapter of the national sorority comprising sixty- 
seven chapters. The girls brought with them their pin (Roman lamp), their jewel (diamond), and 
their flower (Kllarney Rose). 

Ever since the Delta Zetas have been active on the Tulane campus, with their Phi Beta Kappa 
representatives, their cheerleaders and their participation In campus organizations. 

We are especially proud of Gayle Schwarzenbacic, who was crowned St. Patricia at the Engineer's 
Dance; of Christel Nungesser, president, who was Secretary of the Senior Class; and of Jackie 
Rauch, Secretary-Treasurer of the Freshman class of Commerce. 

Among the many social activities, a highlight Is the annual Founder's Day Banquet at which the 
actlvec, pledges, and alumnae give skits. 

Under the able leadership of Christel Nungesser, Delta Zeta has made the school year a memor- 
able one for each of Its members. 



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First Row: Abadie, Barrere, Bartels, Brandt, Carr. 
Second Row: Finley, Foley, Fournier, Grosz, Johnston. 
Third Row: Kirshberg, Maraist, McDowell, Nungesser, 
Rauch. Fourth Row: Schwarzenbach, Tureaud, White. 



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OFFICERS 



SARA EUSTIS President 

JOAN ARBOUR Vice-President 

MARY MARGARET HANNAH Recording Secretary 

CATHERINE DICKS Corresponding Secretary 

CHELSIA WEBSTER ' ■ ■ ■ Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Lanier Allingham 
Ann C. Anderson 
Ann M. Anderson 
Joan Arbour 
Renee Aubrey 
Lucy Barre+t 
Deborah Carroll 
Doris Charbonnet 
Margaret Craig 
Ann Ru+h Dahl 
Catherine Dicks 
Joan Essig 
Sara Eustis 
Georgia Fisher 
Eleanor Francisco 
Virginia Frederic 
Isabel Gardner 



Natalie Gessner 
Ann Greenslit 
Sara Hall 

Mary Margaret Hannah 
Frances Hemenwey 
Beth Henican 
Margaret Hilzim 
Betty Jean Jones 
Connie Jones 
Ann Kendall 
Mary Lou Kendall 
Eugenie Le Dojx 
Betty Lyons 
Joan Morrison 
Brenda Moore 
Dorothey Myers 
Millie Nesbitt 



Isabel Ochsner 
Ninette Perrilliat 
Carolyn Petiss 
Betty Pharr 
Helen Preffin 
Barbara Saint Paul 
Ann Sartain 
Eugenia Seavey 
Margaret Thibaut 
Seorgine Thorn 
Betty Turner 
Hartwell Watkins 
Chelsia Webster 
Helen Werlein 
Patricia Williams 
Dorothy Woods 
Shirley Young 




Kappa Kappa Gamma was founded at Monmouth College, October 13, 1870 and Beha Omicron 
chapter was established at Newcomb on May II, 1904. The fraternity colors are dark and light 
blue; the flower is the fleur-de-lis. 

Rush week was very successful and the new pledges entertained the actives with a riproaring house 
party. Other highlights of the year were the annual dance, the pledge banquet, and the Founder's 
Day Banquet in May. 

Beta Omicron Is proud to claim as members Betty Turner, President of the Newcomb Honor Board, 
and Lanier Allingham, Corresponding Secretary of the Student Body. 



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First Row: Allingham, Anderson, Arbour, Charbonner, 
Craig, Dahl, Dicks. Second Row: Eustis, Fisher, Fran- 
cisco, Gardner, Sreenslit, Hannah, hHilzim. Third Row: 
Jones, B., Jones, C, LeDoux, Lyons, Moore, Nesbitt, 
Perrilliat. Fourth Row: Petiss, Pharr, Saint Paul, Turner, 
Watkins, Willianns, Young. 



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OFFICERS 



HAZEL MULLER President 

DODIE BRISBI Vice-President 

PEGGY JORDAN Corresponding Secretary 

NAT GANUCHEAUD Recording Secretary 

ELAINE WINGATE Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Adrien Aitkens 

Francis Aleman 
Marllee Arnaud 
Lois Bermudez 
Dolores Brlsbi 
Diane Burdel+e 
Nancy Burde+fe 
Joyce Caldwell 
Helen Deal 
Claudia Ann Dyke 
Phallie Evans 
Marilyn Folse 
Francis Ford 
Sue Francis 
Julia Fowler 
Nathalie Ganucheau 
Charlotte Gilbert 



Emily Goss 
Blllle Harper 
Madeline Hattrell 
Mary Henderson 
Marls Hurt 
Elizabeth Janssen 
Helen Jordan 
Jessie Kelley 
Carol Layton 
Nancy Leeper 
Jackie Lolan 
Dean Magness 
Fleur Marcoux 
Claire Mathews 
Marilyn McKenzIe 
Mary Lou Mossey 



Hazel Muller 
Joyce Norman 
Patricia O'SullIvan 
Lucy Pasquler 
Mary Powers 
Adair Ramsey 
May Kay Reed 
Mary Reindardt 
Patricia Scott 
Carol Sue Smith 
Martha Ann Taylor 
Letltia Torlan 
Betty Ray Trelford 
Barbara Watson 
Marie Watson 
Elaine Wingate 




Kappa Alpha Theta, founded at Indiana Asbury College (Depauw University) In Greencastle, 
Indiana, was the first Greek letter fraternity known among women. Alpha Phi chapter came into 
existence on Newcomb campus May 16, 1914. The colors are black and gold and the flower is the 
pansy. 

A successful rush season was closely followed with a delightful "KATsup" party given by the 
pledges for the members. In late January actives and alumnae joined joined together at the 
annual banquet in honor of their founders. Theta's social activities are highlighted with suf5pers 
and teas and climaxed with a gala spring house — party and formal. 

Alpha Phi's social service work for the year Included Thanksgiving baskets, a Christmas Party for 
a group of orphan children, and the adoption of another little Dutch boy. 

The members of Alpha Phi are frantically studying, endeavoring to maintain and better (heir high 
scholastic average (last year the Thetas held the runner-up spot). 

In addition to a gay social life. Kappa Alpha Theta managed to actively participate in student 
organization. Hazel Muller. Alpha Phi's president, was chosen to rule the Senior Class, and Hazel, 
Susie Smith and several others were outstanding In the Freshman Orientation Program, 



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First Row: Aitkens, Aleman, Arnaud, Brisbi, Burdette, 
D., Burdette, N., Caldwell, Deal. Second Row: Dyke, 
Evans, Folse, Ford, Francis, Fowler, Ganucheau, Goss. 
Third Row: Harper, Hattrell, Hurt, Janssen, Jordan, 
Leeper, Magness. Marcoux. Fourth Row: Mathews, 
McKenzie, Mosey, Muller, Norman, O'Sullivan, Pow- 
ers, Ramsey. Fifth Row: Reed, Reinhard, Scott, Smith, 
Taylor, Torian, Trelford, Watson, B., Watson, G. 



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OFFICERS 



JOYCE JOHNSON President 

CORAL FREEMAN (not in picture) Vice-President 

BETTY NAIRNE Secretary 

LYNN HOCK , ■ ■ ■ • Treasurer 

BETTY STONE Historian 



MEMBERS 



Jane Annls 
Peggy Atkinson 
Lucille Blake 
Laura Cadlen 
Claire Cook 
Jean Covington 
Lorris Curry 
Eulalie DeBen 
Coral Freeman 
Ann Geffken 
Esther Gilbert 
Mary Gilbert 
Patricia Haas 
Mary Hanemann 
Lynn Hock 
Mary Jo Holland 
Alice Hoover 



Joyce Johnson 
Susan Reynolds Jones 
Winnifred Kelly 
Joan Landry 
Greta Le Blanc 
Patsy LeMieux 
Alline Longino 
Gayie M a eke n roth 
Merle Maumus 
Joyce Mathes 
Anne McAskill 
Laura McClanahan 
Anne Mcintosh 
Frances McShano 
Emily Moise 
Jacquelyn Mossier 



Maude Muller 
Betty Nairne 
Emily Palmer 
Patricia Parker 
Katherine Poole 
Joan Prlckett 
Maylou Renaud 
Susan Raynaud 
Sue Scherer 
Ann Spence 
Dean Stinson 
Betty Stoner 
Judith Tubb 
Dinah Umsted 
Lilian Webb 
Betty White 
Yvette Wolfe 




Founded in 1852 at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia. Phi Mu is the second oldest sorority 
in the nation. Delta chapter came to the Newcomb campus in 1906. 

This year's activities began with rushing, pledging, and a banquet following the pledging ceremony. 
Other events for the year included a gala house party "across the lake" ... a Carnation Ball In 
January ... a Christmas party for a group of orphans . . . teas for the Mothers and Alumnae . . . 
an delicious suppers given monthly by the pledges. These suppers are followed by our traditional 
Phllomathean Hour, a period of educational and cultural entertainment. 

Phi Mu's colors are rose and white . . . the flower Is the Enchantress carnation. 



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First Row: Annis, Blake, Cadien, Cook, DeBen, Free- 
man, Gilbert, E. Second Row: Gilbert, M., Holland, 
Kelly, LeBlanc, LeMieux, Maumus, Mathes. Third Row: 
McAskill, McClanahan, Mcintosh, McShane, Nairne, 
Palmer, Parker. Fourth Row: Poole, Reynaud, Scherer, 
Stoner, Tubb, Wolfe. 



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OFFICERS 



ELAINE SARRE President 

JANICE CARTER Vice-President 

GLORIA RATCHFORD Corresponding Secretary 

LUCILE BERNARD Recording Secretary 

HELEN ANN GARRETT Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Lucy Adams 
Marlon Andrus 
Lucille Bernard 
Armande Billion 
Barbara Bizzell 
Barbara Brogan 
Yvonne Brown 
Nanette Caftre/ 
Janice Carter 
Dorothy Carrere 
Gertrude Chitty 
Kathleen Coleman 
Margaret Conder 
Elizabeth Cook 
Frances Dalton 
Dulaney Dart 
Virginia Day 
Evelyn Dietz 
Mary Jane Dillard 
Jane Doggett 
Agatha Edmund son 
Virginia Fairfax 



Edwa Farwell 

Leila Flournoy 

Mary Foster 

hielen Ann Garrett- 

Margaret Garrett 

Joan Gillis 

Marie Grehan 

Betsy Ludlow Griff en 

Dudley hiand 

Susan Hill 

Cheri hHinds 

Susan Hyams 

Chloe Lain 

Marie Therese Larue 

Jean Lawson 

Katherine Legend re 

Norma Lewis 

Kay Lowry 

Yvonne Lyie 

Margearet Lyons 

Beverly McArthur 

Charleen McCorkle 



Jeannine McGee 
Joan Mclntyre 
Nancy Moore 
Camille Moss 
Amelia Munson 
Elizabeth Nicholson 
Emilie Nott 
Judith Nott 
Betty Paul 
Jo Peters 
Pitts McKee 
Maureen Prothro 
Helen Rapier 
Gloria Ratchford 
Marie Roussel 
Sedley Roussel 
Elaine Sarre 
Effie Stockton 
Joan V/hite 
Violet Whitehead 
Mary Williamson 
Marie Withers 
Joel Wolfe 



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The Louisiana Alpha chapter of Pi Beta Phi was founded at Newcomb in 1891. Nationally, Pi 
Phi was founded at Monmouth College and dates back to 1867. The flower is the wine carnation; 
the colors are wine and silver blue. 

The Pi Phis are as proud of the school officers in the chapter, such as Joan Gillis, Vice-President 
of the Student Body, Jeannine IvIcGee, President of the Athletic Association, Elizabeth Nicholson, 
President of the Senior class, and Elizabeth Cook. President of the Sophomore class, as they are 
of the "Beauties", such as Violet Whitehead (also. Sweetheart of Sigma Chi), Katherine Legendre, 
and Gertrude Chitty. 

Before the chaotic fog of rush week, organization and registration had settled down on the Pi 
Phis, the wonderful Pi Phi Mothers completely redecorated the small abode at 7014 Zimple Street. 
Not only that, but the Pi Phis now have a refrigerator! 

As for the activities of the Louisiana Alpha chapter individually, the girls have a hand in every 
organization on the campus. Pi Beta Phi is well represented In La Tertulia, the French Club, Oper- 
etta, Festival Choir. Glee Club, Greenbackers, Lagniappes. Assets, Campus Night, Y.W.C.A., Canter- 
bury Club and others. 



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First Row: Adams, Andrus, Bernard, Billion, Bizzell, 
Brogan, Brown, Caffrey, Carter, Carrere. Second Row: 
Chitty, Coleman, Conder, Dalton, Dart, Day, Dillard, 
Doggett, Edmundson, Fairfax. Third Row: Flournoy, 
Foster, Garrett, H., Garrett, M., Gillis, Grehan, Grif- 
fen, Hill, Hinds, Hyams. Fourth Row: Lain, Larue, Law- 
son, Legendre, Lewis, Lowry, Lyons, McArthur, Mc- 
Corkle, Mclntyre. Fifth Row: Moore, Moss, Munson, 
Nicholson, Nott, Paul, Pitts, Prothro, Rapier. Sixth 
Row: Ratchford, Roussel, M., Roussel, S., Sarre, Stock- 
ton, White, Whitehead, Williamson, Wolfe. 



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OFFICERS 



NORMA CLESI Fresldert 

FRANCES KENTNER Vice-President 

VIRGINIA PROVOST Secretary 

ANNA FRANCES JONES Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Deborah Berry 
Lydia Ann Bosworth 
Elyrae Ann Carroll 
Constance Carter 
Norma ClesI 
Ruble Crosby 
Adele Edwards 
Dorothy Jean Frazier 



Mary Carroll Groce 
Mary Holden 
Sally James 
Anna Frances Jc nes 
Geraldine Kelly 
Frances Kentner 
Maxine Kidd 
Fannie Kyker 



Rosa Lannar 
Ann Maddrey 
Virginia Provost 
Mildred Runyan 
Marianne SprinUe 
Carolyn Stroupe 
Marjorie White 
Dorothy Wild 




Zeta Tau Alpha, the first v/omen's fraternity to be chartered by a special act of the legislature, 
was founded at Virginia State Normal College, Farmsville, Virginia, on October 15, 1898. Beta 
Kappa chapter became active here at Newcomb In 1927. 

A successful rush v/eek opened the social calendar, which included throughout the year; the 
Founders" Day Banquet, Spring Formal. Christmas party for orphans, and several parties and suppers, 
as well as numerous in formal "coke" and coffee gatherings. 

Outstanding Zetas this year were: Anna Frances Jones, President of La Tertulia and a member of 
Phi Sigma lota; Debbie Berry, Treasurer of La Tertulia; and Frances Kentner, Secretary of New- 
comb's Pan-hellenic Council. Zeta has its share of "Beauties", and members active in such organiza- 
tions as Tusic, Glee Club, Campus Night, the Operettas, the Jambalaya Staff and numerous others. 

Zeta Tau Alpha's colors are turquoise blue and steel gray; Its flower is the white violet. 



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First Row: Bosworth, Carroll, Carter, Clesi, Crosby. 
Second Row: Frazier, Groce, James, Jones, Kelly. 
Third Row: Kentner, Kyker, Maddrey, Provost, Runyan. 
Fourth Row: Sprinkle, Stroupe, White, Wild. 



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ADRIAN C. BENJAMIN, JR. 



NATHAN GUY BEARD 
HERBERT BREMERMANN, JR. 



• JOSEPH EDWIN ALLAIN, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi; La Societe Du Droit Civil • NATHAN 
GUY BEARD, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Phi; La Societe Du Droit Civil. • ADRIAN C. BEN- 
JAMIN. JR., Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; Moot Court. • HERBERT JOHN BREMERMANN, 
JR., Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. 

• ELLIOT ROSS BUCKLEY. Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi; La Societe Du 
Droit Civil. C HARRIS D. COPENHAVER. JR.. Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi; President, Sophomore, 
and Junior Class; Phi Delta Phi; Who's Who; Theta Nu; La Societe Du Droit Civil; Editor, JAMBALAYA; Pan-Hel- 
lenic Council; T.U.S.K.; Y.M.C.A.,- Publication Board. • JOHN WALTER COX, Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; 
Delta Sigma Phi; Law Review; Order of the Coif. • EDMOND L. DERAMEE, JR., Law; Thibodaux, Louisiana; 
Delta Kappa Epsilon; Kappa Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Delta Phi; Whos Who; Moot Court. 

• EUSTACE LOUIS EDWARDS. Law; Many, Louisiana; Phi Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Who's Who; Law 
Review. • GEORGE CHARLES EHMIG, Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; Phi Delta Phi; La Societe Du Droit 
Civil. • SAM CORONNA GAINSBURGH, Law; Alexandria, Louisiana; Lew Review. • WARREN LEON 
GARFUNKEL. Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu; Moot Court. O HERBERT JULIAN GARON. 
Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Epsilon Pi. • CAROTHERS GARRISON, Law; Laurel. Mississippi. 

• ERNEST R. GEORGE, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana. • FREDERICK H. GUIDRY, Law; New Orleans. Louisi- 
ana; Christian Science Organization. 



ABOVE 



BELOW 



ELLIOT ROSS BUCKLEY 
SAM C. GAINSBURGH 



HARRIS COPENHAVER, JR. 
WARREN LEON GARFUNKEL 



JOHN WALTER COX 
HERBERT JULIAN GARON 



EDMOND L. DERAMEE, JR. 
CAROTHERS GARRISON 



EUSTACE LOUIS EDWARDS 
ERNEST R. GEORGE 



GEORGE CHARLES EHMIS 
FREDERICK H. GUIDRY 












RUFUS C. HARRIS, JR. 
WILLIAM C. JONES 



GILBERT L. HETHERWICK 
JOHN P. JORDAN 



WILMER G. HINRICHS 
GEORGE J. KAMBUR 



GEORGE W. HODGES, JR. 
FLOYD WALLACE LEWIS 



CALVIN C. HOPPMEYER 
MARCEL LIVAUDAIS, JR. 



HARRY HARDING HOWARD 
THOMAS B. MclNTOSH, JR. 



ABOVE • "UFUS C. HARRIS. JR.. Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Thefa Pi; Kappa Delta Phi; Omlcron Delta Kappa; 

Law Review; Phi Delta Phi; Whos Who; Baptist Student Union; Tennis. • GILBERT L. HETHERWICK, Law 
School; Shreveport, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha, Omicron Delta Kappa; Order of the Coif; Phi Delta Phi; Law 
Review, • WILMER G. HINRICHS. Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Glendy Burke, • GEORGE W. 
HODGES, JR., Law; Graduate School; Ashville, Alabama; Delta Sigma Phi. • CALVIN C. HOPPMEYER, Law; 
New Orleans. Louisiana; Vice-President, ASS 1942; Phi Delta Phi; Theta Nu; Gamma Delta. • HARRY 
HARDING HOWARD. Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; President, Unit Manager Freshman Class; 
Vice-President, Sophomore Class; Whos Who; JAMBALAYA; Hullabaloo; Publications Board; Newman Club; 
Glendy Burke; Pan Hellenic Council; Greenbackers; Tulane Veterans Association. 9 WILLIAM C. JONES, 
Law; Pensacola, Florida. • JOHN P. JORDAN, Law; Mansfield, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; President Senior Law 
Class. • GEORGE J. KAMBUR, Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; Upsilon Beta Lambda; Phi Delta Phi; Moot 
Court. • FLOYD WALLACE LEWIS, Law; Kentwood, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; President Student Council; 
President Law Student Body; Order of the Coif; Beta Gamma Sigma; Kappa Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Phi Delta Phi; Whos Who; Law Review; Publications Board; Baptist Student Union; University Student Council. 
• MARCEL LIVAUDAIS, JR.. Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi; Phi Delta Phi; Moot Court; La Societe 
Du Droit Civil. • THOMAS B. MclNTOSH, JR., Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; President 
A X S Sophomore Class 1944; Vice-President ASS Student Body 1945; Kappa Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Phi Delta Phi; Whos Who. 



BELOW 



• GENALO M. McMillan. Law; McComb, Mississippi. O C. MURPHY MOSS JR.. Law; Lake Charles, 
Louisiana; Kappa Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Order of the Coif; Phi Delta Phi; Who's Who; Law Review. 

• JOHN M. MYERS, JR., Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Phi, La Societe Du Droit Civil. • PETER 
GEORGE PETRO, Law; Lafayette, Louisiana. 



GENALO M. McMillan 

JOHN M. MYERS, JR. 



C. MURPHY MOSS, JR. 
PETER GEORGE PETRO 



Pennington and Mansour. Moof Court Winners 






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NIEGEL EWINS RAFFERTY 
A. J. RESWEBER 



EDMUND M. REGGIE 
JOHN G. W. ROBERTSON 



• NIEGEL EWING RAFFERTY, Law; Pass Christian, Mississippi; Beta Theta Pi. • EDMUND M. REGGIE, 
Law; Crowley. Louisiana; La Societe Du Droit Civil. • A. J. RESWEBER, Law; St. Martinvillc, Louisiana; 
Vice-President Law Junior Class. 1948,- Phi Delta Phi. La Societe Du Droit Civil; President Law Senior Class, 1949. 

• JOHN GANO WINTER ROBERTSON, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana. 

• LOYALL G. SHIELL, JR., Law; New Orleans, Louisiana. O JAMES H. STROUD. Law; Shreveport, Louisiana. 

• MATTHEW R. SUTHERLAND, Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; Secretary.. Treasurer. A & S 1947; Phi Beta 
Kappa; Phi Delta Phi; Law Review. • TROYE ANTHONY SVENDSON. Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; Delta 
Sigma Phi; Kappa Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Delta Phi; Who's Who; Basketball Team; Track. • 
ROSEMARY TORBET, Law; Homer, Louisiana; Alpha Chi Omega. • McRAE TURNER, JR., Law; Gulfport, 
Mississippi; Secretary, Sophomore Class Eng., 1946; Phi Delta Phi; Moot Court; Omicron Delta Kappa. O 
ROBERT L. VICKERS. Law; Shreveport, Louisiana; Phi Delta Phi; La Societe Du Droit Civil. • THOMAS C. 
WICKER. JR.. Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Delta Phi; Law Review; 
Order of the Coif. • ANDRE V. WOGAN, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Phi; La Societe Du Droit 
Civil. 



ABOVE 



BELOW 



LYALL G. SHIELL, JR. JAMES H. STROUD MATTHEW R. SUTHERLAND TROYE A. SVENDSON ROSEMARY TORBET 

McRAE TURNER, JR. ROBERT L. VICKERS THOMAS C. WICKER. JR ANDRE V. WOGAN 




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ABOVE • MILTON FARRIS ANTON, Law; McComb, Mississippi; Pi Kappa Alpha; President, Glendy Burke. 

• JACK CHARLES BENJAMIN, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; La Societe Du Droit Civil. • RAYMOND 
STARNS BENNETT, Law; Amite, Louisiana; La Societe Du Droit Civil. • JAMES M. BURLINGAME, Law; 
Hammond, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • PHILIP CHARLES CIACCIO, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; 
Phi Delta Phi. • JOHN T. COOPER, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Ph! Delta Theta. • SROVER L. COVING- 
TON, Law; Kentwood, Louisiana. • RODNEY CROWDER. Law; Langdale, Alabama; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• WILLIAM HARDY DAVIS, Law; Tyler, Texas; Pi Kappa Alpha. • ALVIN RUDY EASON, Law; Monroe, 
Louisiana; Kappa Sigma, JAMBALAYA; T.U.S.K.; Glendy Burlce; Campus Night; Cheerleaders; Lagniappes. 

• THOMAS C. W. ELLIS, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon, President. • A. CRAIG 
FELGER, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi. 



BELOW 



• FALVEY JEROME FOX, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana. • CARLOS A. GONZALES, Law; Puerto Rico. 

• WILLIAM M. GORDY, Law; New Iberia, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Beta Kappa; 
Phi Delta Phi; Phi Sigma lota; La Societe Du Droit Civil. • JOHN WARREN HAYGOOD. Law; Shreveport, 
Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; Moot Court; La Societe Du Droit Civil. 



FALVEY JEROME FOX 
WILLIAM M. GORDY 



CARLOS A. GONZALES 
JOHN WARREN HAYGOOD 



Derby Day — and Reggie tells the boys how 






I i f 

Ljnderat'ucluated 



EMMEn B. HOLBROOK. JR. 
JOHN SMOKER HUNT 



WILLIAM H. HOPPER 
JOSEPH J. JACOBS 



• EMMETT BRADFORD HOLBROOK. JR., Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Secretary-Treasurer A * 
S Student Body 1946, 1947; Omicror Delta Kappa; Phi Delta Phi; Who's Who; Campus Night; Laqniappes; 
T.U.S.K. • WILLIAM H. HOPPER, Law; Lucedale. Mississippi. • JOHN SMOKER HUNT. Law; Ruston, 
Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta. • JOSEPH J. JACOBS. Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; A.R.O.T.C; Law Review. 



ABOVE 



• MILTON WILLIAM JANSSEN. Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; La Societe Du Droit Civil; 
Pan Hellenic Council • THOMAS L. KELLY, Law.- New Orleans. Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • 
ALFRED S. LANDRY, Law.- New Iberia, Louisiana; Phi Delta Phi; Moot Court. • RICHARD LESLIE 
LEVY, HI, Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu. • WILLIAM C. LONG, JR.. Law; 
Thibodaux, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Who's Who; JAMBALAYA; Publications Board; Greenbackers. 

• ALLEN J. LOTTINGER. Law; Houma. Louisiana; Kappa Sigma. • WILLIAM MAXWELL LUCAS. JR., 
Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau. • TOM McBRIDE. Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; 
Hullabaloo; Publications Board. JOSE T. MARRERO-RIVERA. Law; Morovis, Puerto Rico;. • ALVERT 
MINTZ, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau. • SIMMIE RAY MONROE. Law; Alexandria, Louisiana; 
Phi Kappa Sigma; La Societe Du Droit Civil; Glendy Burke. • PAUL H. MORPHY, JR., Law; New Orleans, 
Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta. 



BELOW 



MILTON WILLIAM JANSSEN THOMAS L. KELLY 

WILLIAM M. LUCAS, JR. TOM McBRIDE 



ALFRED 5. LANDRY RICHARD LESLIE LEVY, III WILLIAM C. LONG, JR. ALLEN J. LOTTINGER 

JOSE T. MARRERO-RIVERA ALVERT MINTZ SIMMIE RAY MONROE PAUL H. MORPHY, JR. 





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PAUL ASHVEL NEWELL ROBERT H. OSWALD CHESTER L. PAS(?UIER, JR. PHILIP NEMOURS PECQUET 

JOSEPH M. RAULT, JR. CARL J. SCHUMACHER, JR. ALBIN P. SCOTT M. LEONARD SEAR 



W. DEAN PFEIFFER 
GEORGE SPENCER 



CHARLES RAYLAND PREVOST 
RICHARD A. THALHEIM 



ABOVE • ''^^^ ASHVEL NEWELL, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma, A Cappella Choir; Westminster 

Fellowsiiip. • ROBERT H. OSWALD, Law; Pascagoula, Mississippi. • CHESTER L. PA5<?UIER, JR., Law; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • PHILIP NEMOURS PECQUET. Law; New Orleans, Louisiana. 
• W. DEAN PFEIFFER, Law; Trumbull, Nebraska; Pi Kappa Alpha; Kappa Delta Phi. O CHARLES RAYLAND 
PREVOST, Law; Franklin. Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JOSEPH M. RAULT, JR.. Law; New Orleans, 
Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Kappa Delta Phi; Phi Delta Phi; La Societe Du Droit Civil. • CARL J. 
SCHUMACHER, JR., Law; Moot Court Board; Kappa Sigma; Co-Editor, JAMBALAYA. • ALBIN SCOTT. Law; 
Alexandria, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Vice-President, Freshman Law; La Societe Du Droit Civil. • M. 
LEONARD SEAR, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; La Societe Du Droit Civil; JAMBALAYA. 
T.U.S.K. • GEORGE SPENCER, Law; Tallulah. Louisiana; Kappa Sigma. • RICHARD A. THALHEIM, Law; 
Gretna. Louisiana. 



BELOW 



• ELLIS THOMPSON. Law; Lake Charles, Louisiana; Phi Delta Phi; La Societe Du Droit Civil. • JOHN 
SHELDON TOOMER. JR., Law; Lake Charles, Louisiana. • LUDWIG H. VON GOHREN. JR., Law; New 
Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi. • DAVID CONNER TREEN, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana,- Kappa Sigma; 
President ASS Frosh Class IMS; Moot Court; T.K.A.; Phi Delta Phi. • AUGUST RAYMOND TREUTING, Law; 
New Orleans. Louisiana. • HAROLD H. WEDIG, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Phi Delta Phi; La 
Societe Du Droit Civil. • JACK COLLINS WIMBISH, Law; Shreveport, Louisiana. 



ELLIS THOMPSON 
DAVID TREEN 



JOHN S. TOOMER, JR. LUDWIG VON GOHREN. JR. 

AUGUST TREUTINb HAROLD H. WEDIG JACK COLLINS WIMBISH 





Senior Phi Delta Phis 



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White Inn of Phi Delfa Phi International Legal Fraternity was 
established at Tulane in 1911, Members are selected on the basis 
of scholarship and ethics. Its aims are the promotion of legal 
training and ethics. Projects for this year include a lending library 
for law students needing textbooks, and the awarding of a legal 



text to the Senior law student whose scholastic average has 
proved most from his Freshman year to his Junior year. 



The national fraternity was founded in 1 869 at the University 
of Michigan and is the oldest professional fraternity in America. 



OFFICERS 



First Semester 

THOMAS B. MclNTOSH, JR 

F. McRAE TURNER, JR 

MATTHEW R. SUTHERLAND . .^ 

CHARLES J. BOUDREAUX 



Second Semester 



, Magister 
Exchequer 
. . . Clerk 
. Historian 



F. McRAE TURNER, JR. . 
C. MURPHY MOSS, JR. 
ANATOLE J. RESWEBER , 
WILLIAM B. RAGLAND, 
CLARENCE J. MORROW 



. . . . Magister 
. . . Exchequer 

Clerk 

. . . . Historian 
Faculty Adviser 



MEMBERS 



Milton F. Antone 
Walter F. Brauer 
Nathan G, Beard 
Adrian C. Benjamin 
Jack Benjamin 
Lucien C. Bertrand 
John A. Boatner, Jr. 
Charles J. Boudreaux 
Frank S. Bruno 
Andrew G. Bucaro 
Elliott R. Buckley 
Kenneth G. Burgess 
Edward M. Carmouche 



Jr. 



Philip C. Ciaccio 

Harris D. Cope n haver, Jr. 

Warren C. DeBrueys 

Edmond L. Deramee, Jr. 

Donald D. Doerr 

Eustace L. Edwards 

George C. Ehmig 
Harold A. Eichsteadt 
Bernard P. Evans 
Gene E. Friedman 
Sam C, Gainsburgh 
Warren L. Garfunkel 
Vance M. Gilmer 



Kennedy J. Gilly 
Robert H, Gipson, Jr. 
William M. Gordy 
Frederick H. Guidry 
Rufus C. Harris, Jr. 
John W. Haygood 
Edward M. Heller 
Gilbert L. Hetherwick 
Emmett B. Holbrook, Jr. 
Calvin C. Hoppmeyer 
Eugene E, Huppenbauer, 
Thomas H. Jackson, Jr. 
Joseph J. Jacobs 
Nibert J, Johnson 



William C, Jones 
George J. Kambur 
Alfred S. Landry 
Elton C. Lasselgne 
Eugen H. Lawes 
Floyd W. Lewis 
Marcel Livaudals, Jr. 
Thomas B. Mcintosh, Jr. 
Michael J. Maloney. Jr. 
Philip Mansour 
Robert M. Moore 
C. Murphy Moss, Jr. 
John M, Myers, Jr. 
David R. Nermann 



C. L. Pasquier 
Newton T. Pharr 
William B. Ragland, Jr. 
Joseph M. Rault, Jr. 
Anatole J. Resweber 
James D. Rives, Jr. 
John C. W. Robertson 
George H. Robinson 
Alphonse J. SchmJtt, Jr. 
Carl J. Schumacher, Jr. 
Matthew R. Sutherland 
William S. Stone 
James H. Stroud 



Roland J. Sternfels 
Troye A. Svendson 
Ellis W. Thompson 
David C. Treen 
F. McRae Turner, Jr. 
Ben L. Upton 
Robert L. Vlckers 
Bennett J, Voorhtes, Jr 
Thellie B. Waggoner 
Harold H. Wedig 
Thomas C. Wicker. Jr. 
Andre V. Wogan 
Frank V. Zaccaria 



Juniors and a few scattered Seniors 




The Moot Courf Is an imporlant organ of the law 
school, designed to supplement knowledge gained by 
students in the classroom and the library by practical 
experience in the analysis, preparation, and argument 
of cases. 

Each student in the law school Is required to present 
two moot court cases during his freshman year. The 
Junior-Senior Competition is open to members of the 
Junior class on a voluntary basis. The climax of this 
elimination series, which extends through two years, is 
the final case which is argued before the Judges of 
the Circuit Court of Appeals of the Parish of Orleans. 
The winners of the 1948-1949 competition were James 
F. Pennington and Philip Mansour. Their names will be 
Inscribed on a plaque located In the lobby of Tll+on 
Hall. 

The Judges of the Moot Court are chosen in equal 
number from the Junior and Senior classes on a 
scholastic basis. It is their function to draft fact 
situations involving moot points of law, perform the 
administrative duties of the court, and sit as Justices 
of the Supreme Court of the State of Tulane. 




The Judge gives the boys the law 



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Adrian Carl Benjamin, Jr. 
James Denis Cowper 
Edmond Leon Deramee, Jr. 
Bernard Palissy Evans 
Gene Edwin Freldman 
Warren Leon Garfunltel 
hHerbert Julian Garon 



MOOT COURT BOARD 

John Warren hiaygood 
Frederick Jacob Reagan hieebe 
George James Kambur 
Alfred Smith Landry 
Alphonse Joseph Schmitt, Jr. 
Charles hlenry Netter 
William Betron Ragland, Jr. 



John Giles Roberts 
Marcel Livaudais, Jr. 
Carl Joseph Schumacher, Jr. 
William Stanley Stone 
David Conner Treen 
Francis McRae Turner, Jr. 
Ben Lewis Upton 



These boys write and judge those screwy cases 



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Prexy Ross Buckley gives the word fo C. J. and distinguished speaker 



La Socie+e du Droit Civil was formed at Tulane In 
1938 by a group of law students who were interested 
in extra-curricular research and discussion of Louisiana 
legal history and the Civil law. The interest of the 
Society is not confined to the legal systems of Louis- 
iana and France, but those occupy an outstanding 
position In their work. The Society was not active 
during the war, but was reactivated In 1946 and has 
been one of the most active organizations around 
Law School since Its reactivation. This year the mem- 
bership Is at its pe^k and likewise the organization 
has taken on more endeavors. Monthly dinner meet- 
ings are held at which time outstanding guest speakers 
talk to the Society and good fellowship abounds. Also 
a prize Is awarded once a year for the best historical 
legal paper written by any student In the Tulane Law 
School. Clarence J. Morrow and Ferdinand Falrfas 
Stone acted as co-faculty advisers this year. The 
present membership has done much to improve the 
program in general of La Societe and is carrying on 
the high Ideals of the Society In fine fashion. 



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OFFICERS 



ELLIOT ROSS BUCKLEY 
MARCEL LIVAUDAIS 



. . . President 
Vice-President 



HARRIS COPENHAVER, JR. 
GEORGE EHMIG .... 



Secretary 
. Treasurer 



Charles A. Anderson 
M. D. Armagnac 
Nathan Beard 
Jack C. Benjamin 
R. S. Bennett 
S. C. Bertrand 
John Boatner 
Charles J. Boudreaux 
Elliott Ross Buckley 



Kenneth Burgess 
James Burllngame 
hi arris D. Cope n haver 
Warren De Brueys 
Ed Eberle 
George C. Ehmig 
Herbert Garon 
William Gordy 
John W. Haygood 
Milton Janssen 



MEMBERS 

Irwin Johnson 
Joseph Joachim 
Alfred Landry 
Marce! LIvaudais 
William Lucas 
Larry Maloney 
Michael Maloney 
John M. Myers 
C. H. Netter 
David Norman 



Dean Pheiffer 
Russell Porter 
William B. Ragland 
Joe M. Rault 
Edmund M. Reggie 
Anatole J. Resweber 
Alphonse J. Schmitt 
Albion "Beano" Scott 
Morey Sear 
Carl J. Schumacher 



Jerry Sims 
Fred Smith 
Roland J. Slernfels 
Ed Stockmeyer 
Ellis Thompson 
R. L. Vlckers 
Bennett Voorhies 
Harold Wedig 
Andre V. Wogan 



That's Vice-Prexy "Lick" with his eyes closed 




Esfablished in 1929, the Tulane Law Review 
is devoted to the civil law, Comparative law, 
codification and statutory interpretation. Edit- 
ed by a student board under the supervision 
of a faculty advisor, the Review is published 
quarterly and enjoys an enviable and respect- 
ed position among leading American legal 
periodicals. 




Well some are on +he law review 



I m i I HI u! 



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GILBERT L. HETHERWiCK , 
EUGENE E. HUPPENBAUER, JR. 
CHARLES J. BOUDREAUX , , 
JOHN W. COX 



OFFICERS 
FALL SEMESTER 



Edifor-in-Chief 

Civil Law Editor 

Statutory Interpretation Editor 
Book Review Editor 



C. MURPHY MOSS, JR Secretary 

JOHN H. BALDWIN, JR Index Editor 

FLOYD W. LEWIS Index Editor 

THOMAS C. WICKER, JR Index Editor 



THOMAS C. WICKER, JR. 
C. MURPHY MOSS, JR. . 
FLOYD W. LEWIS . . . . 



Lucien C. Bertrand, Jr 
Harold A. Eichsteadt 
Sam C. Gainsburgh 



SPRING SEMESTER 

Editor-in-Chief RENE LEHMANN Book Review Editor 

Civil Law Editor EUSTACE L. EDWARDS Index Editor 

Statutory Interpretation Editor ROLAND J. STERNFELS Index Editor 

WILLIAM M. GORDY Secretary 



OTHER BOARD MEMBERS 



Roberf H. Gipson, Jr. 
Rufus C. Harris, Jr. 
May Bamforfh Huberf 
Joseph J. Jacobs 



Elton C. Lasse!gne 
Philip Mansour 
Thomas B. Mclnfosh, Jr. 
Robert M. Moore 



Mental giants of law school 



George H. Robinson 
Matthew R. Sutherland 
Zue Vance 




S i^lSSSSSSSSSSSl!S eS l ,S:imK<!f ^flSS3SaS 



ral liTBl: SiT 





IVAN STUART ALTMAN 
JACK BARRY 



RAFAEL ALVAREZ-RIVERA 
MARY THOMPSON BEAMAN 



A. E. ANDERSON, JR. 
MARIA TERESA BERIO 



ROBERT BARNES 
FRED B. BERRY 



EVELYN KUINLAM BARRAZA 
CHAPMAN BERTINOT, JR. 



JAIME BARRAZA 
MICHAEL ROLAND BLAIS 



ABOVE • '^''''^ STUART ALTMAN, Medicine; Louisville, Kentucky; Phi Lambda Kappa; Historian of Medical Society. 

• RAFAEL ALVAREZ-RIVERA, Medicine; Puerto Rico. • A. E. ANDERSON, JR., Medicine; Tampa, Florida; 
Phi Chi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. O ROBERT BARNES, Medicine; Camden, Arkansas; Phi Chi. • EVELYN 
KUINLAM BARRAZA, Medicine; Puerto Rico; Alpha Epsilon lota. • JAIME BARRAZA, Medicine; Republic 
of Panama. • JACK BARRY, Medicine; Newberry, Florida; Theta Kappa Psi; V/ho's Who. • MARY THOMP- 
SON BEAMAN, Medicine; Tampa, Florida; Alpha Epsilon lota. O MARIA TERESA BERIO, Medicine; Puerto 
Rico; A.E.I. • FRED B. BERRY, Medicine; Benton Arkansas; Theta Kappa Psi. • CHAPMAN W. BERTINOT, 
JR., Medicine; Lafayette, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi. • MICHAEL ROLAND BLAIS, Medicine; Daytona 
Beach, Florida; Phi Rho Sigma; Newman Club. 



BELOW 



O RAFAEL BLASINI-SANTIAGO, Medicine; Puerto Rico. • ROY FRANKLIN BRABHAM, Medicine; Atlanta, 
Texas; Theta Kappa Psi. • SHERMAN HERBERT BRUCKNER, Medicine; Los Angeles, California; Phi Delta 
Epsilon. • ROBERT HEYBURN BULLINGTON, Medicine; Fort Smith, Arkansas; S.A.E.; Phi Chi; Owl Club. 



RAFAEL BLASINI-SANTIAGO 
SHERMAN H. BRUCKNER 



ROY FRANKLIN BRABHAM 
ROBERT H. BULLINGTON 



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GEORGE W. BURKE 
RICHARD E. CALDWELL 



THOMAS C. BUSH 
GEORGE JOSEPH CARUSO 



• GEORGE W. BURKE. Medicine; McAlester, Oklahoma. • THOMAS C. BUSH, Medicine; Shreyeport, ABOVE 

Louisiana; Phi Chi. • RICHARD EUGENE CALDWELL, Medicine; Baldwyn, Mississippi; Sigma Phi Epsilon; 
Phi Chi. • GEORGE JOSEPH CARUSO, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Rho Sigma. 



• WILLIAM ASHLEY CHERRY, Medicine; Halls, Tennessee; Theta Kappa PsI; Honor Council; Alpha Omega 
Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa; Owl Club. • MAURICE ALLEN CLAMAN, Medicine; Los Angeles, California; Phi 
Delta Epsilon; Owl Club. • HERMAN REUBN COHEN, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Lambda Kappa; 
Historian of Medical Society. • CLAYON S. COOK, Medicine; Hattlesburg, Mississippi; Kappa Alpha; Phi 
Chi; AA.A.; JAMBALAYA. • JUAN LUIS CORRA, Medicine; Panama. • MARJORIE DALE, Montgomery. 
Alabama; A.E.I. • HARRY K. DANIELSON, Medicine; Chicago, Illinois. • JOHN WILLIAM DENSER, 
Medicine; Whitheld. Mississippi. • DAVID D. DICKWORTHY. Dry Prong. Louisiana. • PRISCILA DIAZ, 
Medicine; Puerto Rico. • JEROME HARRIS DONCHIN, Medicine; New York City, New York. • MILTON 
EICHLER, Medicine; New York City, New York; Historian of Medical Society, 



BELOW 



WILLIAM ASHLEY CHERRY 
HARRY K. DANIELSON 



MAURICE ALLEN CLAMAN 
JOHN WILLIAM DENSER 



HERMAN REUBEN COHEN 
DAVID D. DICKWORTHY 



CLAYTON S. COOK 
PRISCILA DIAZ 



JUAN LUIS CORREA 
JEROME HARRIS DONCHIN 



MARJORIE DALE 
MILTON EICHLER 





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WILLIAM E. FARIS 
FRERE JOHN MARSH, JR. 



CHARLESS FARWELL 
JAMES H. GENTRY 



NOLLIE C. FELTS. JR. 
JOHN R. GIBSON 



RICHARD J. FIELD, JR. 
PAUL EDWARD GOODE 



ALVARD FONSECA 
JOHN A. HALL, JR. 



AUDREY VIOLA FONTNOTE 
CHARLES E. HAMILTON 



ABOVE • WILLIAM E. FARIS, Medicine: Birmingham, Alabama; Delta Tau Delta; Phi Chi. • CHARLES FAR- 

WELL. Medicine; New Orleans. Louisiana; Nu Sig Nu; Historian of Medical Society. • NOLLIE C. FELTS, 
JR., Medicine; Hattiesburg, Mississippi; Signna Chi. O RICHARD JENNINGS FIELD, JR., Medicine; Center- 
ville, Mississippi; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Nu Sig Nu; Omicron Delta Kappa; Who's Who. Historian of Medical; 
Owl Club; Pan Hellanic Council. • ALVARD FONSECA, Medicine; Costa Rica. • AUDREY VIOLA FONT- 
NOTE, Medicine; New Orleans. Louisiana. • FRERE JOHN MARSH. JR., Medicine; Chattanooga, Tennessee; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Chi; Historian of Medical; Festival Choir. • JAMES H. GENTRY, Medicine; Mont- 
gomery, Alabama; Alpha Theta Omicron; Phi Chi; Historian of Medical; Owl Club; Festival Choir; Baptist 
Student Union. • JOHN R. GIBSON, Medicine; Portland, Oregon; Nu Sig Nu; Medical Student Body Treasurer. 
46-47; Junior Class Treasurer, 47-48; Alpha Omicron Alpha; Historian of Medical; Owl Club, President. • 
PAUL EDWARD GOODE, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana. • JOHN A. HALL, JR., Medicine; Palm Beach, 
Florida; Nu Sig Nu. • CHARLES E. HAMILTON, Medicine; Altus, Olilahoma; Theta Kappa Psi; Phi Beta 
Kappa. 

BF I n W • JAMES WESLEY HENDRICK, Medicine; Keichville. Louisiana; Kappa Sig. • MARY LU MURRAY HICK 

■- "- ^ MAN, Medicine; San Angelo, Texas; Historian of Medical Society. • RICHARD V. HICKMAN. Medicine 

Navy Base, South Carolina; Alpha Omicron Alpha; Historian of Medical Society. • GUY MORGAN HICKS, 
JR.. Medicine; Shreveport. Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Alpha; Nu Sigma Nu; Historian of Medical Society, 

• ASAICHI S. HIESHIMA, Medicine; Chicago, Illinois. • ROBERT ERB HIGGS, Medicine; Oakland. Call 
fornia; Phi Chi; Honor Council Representative, Sophomore; Beta Beta Beta. O JOE ELBE HIRSCH. Medicine 
Middletown, Missouri. • ARTHUR F. HOGE, JR.. Medicine; Fort Smith, Arkansas; Alpha Kappa Kappa 

• LEO G. HORAN, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu; Kappa Sigma; Secretary, Junior Class, 
47-48; Phi Beta Kappa; Historian of Medical; Owl Club. • JONNIE MARIE HORN, Medicine; Lucedale, 
Mississippi- Alpha Epsilon lota; Zeta Tau Alpha; Alpha Sigma Sigma; Assets; Beta Beta Beta; Who's Who 

• LOUIS B. HUGHES, Medicine; Austin, Texas; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Nu Sigma Nu. • THOMAS NAUM 
JAMES. Medicine; Amory. Mississippi; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Chi; Vice-President. Junior Class. Medical. 47-48 
Kappa Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Beta Kappa; Who's Who; History of Medicine; Owl Club. 



JAMES WESLEY HENDRICK 
JOE ELBE HIRSCH 



MARY MURRAY HICKMAN 
ARTHUR F. HOGE, JR. 



RICHARD V. HICKMAN GUY MORGAN HICKS. JR. 

LEO G. HORAN JONNIE MARIE HORN 



ASAICHI S. HIESHIMA 
LOUIS B. HUGHES 



ROBERT ERB HIGGS 
THOMAS NAUM JAMES 




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MARGARET LOUISE KERR 
ALVm H. LASSEN 



KATHRYN J. KREIGER 
GEORGE N. LEWIS 



O MARGARET LOUISE KERR, Medicine; Fayetteville, Arkansas; Alpha Epsilon lota; Kappa Gamma; History 
of Medicine; Pan Hellenic. • KATHRYN JOHANNA KREIGER, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha 
Epsilon lota; History of Medicine. • ALVIN H. LASSEN, Medicine; New Orleans. Louisiana; Sigma Alpha 
Mu; Phi Lambda Kappa; History of Medicine. • GEORGE N. LEWIS, Medicine; Bartow, Florida; Beta Theta 
Pi; Phi Chi; Phi Beta Kappa, Owl Club. 



ABOVE 



O ROYALL T. LILES, JR., Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi. • JACOB C. LIPPINCOTT, 
Medicine; Stratford, New Jersey; Nu Sigma Nu, Alpha Omega Alpha. • TREVE B. LUMSDEN, JR.. Medicine; 
LeGrande, Oregon; Theta Kappa Psi. • JEANNE MARIE MARCOUX, Medicine; New Orleans. Louisiana; Alpha 
Epsilon lota; Secretary, Class. '46-'47; Alpha Omega Alpha; Beta Beta Beta; Phi Beta Kappa; History of 
Medicine. • WILLIAM ANDERSON McBRIDE, Medicine; Black Mountain. North Carolina; Nu Sigma Nu. 
O • LOUIS KENNETH McCOWAN, Forrest City, Arkansas; Sigma Chi; Phi Chi. • WILLIAM CHARLES 
McpUlNN, Medicine; Greenwood, Mississippi; Alpha Tau Omega. • JOHN F. MONROE, Medicine; Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa; Nu Sigma Nu; President. Senior Class, (Medical); Publication Board. • ROBERT L. MOORE, 
Medicine; Union, Mississippi; Phi Chi. • JACK MOORE, Medicine; Wharton, Texas; Phi Chi, President; Owl 
Club; Medical Pan Hellenic Council. • THAYER K. MORROW, JR., Medicine; Peoria. Illinois; Nu Sigma 
Nu. • WILLIAM MAURICE MOTEN, Medicine; Western Grove, Arkansas. 



BELOW 



ROYALL T. LILES, JR. JACOB C, LIPPINCOTT 

WILLIAM C, McOUlNN JOHN F. MONROE 



TREVE B. LUMSDEN, JR. 
ROBERT L. MOORE 



JEANNE MARIE MARC 
JACK MOORE 



WILLIAM A. McBRIDE 

THAYER K. MORROW, JR. 



LOUIS KENNETH McCOWN 
WILLIAM MAURICE MOTEN 




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ROBERT H. POTTS, JR. 



RALPH FREDERICK NUZUM 
VLADIMIR REICZIEWCZXSKI 



MARIO PALAFOX 
M. W. RHODES 



ROBERT H. PALMER, JR. 
RUSSELL O. RIGBY 



MILAM B. PHARO 
EDWIN RIVERA 



JOHN W. ROARK 
REUBEN J. PLANT, JR. 



ABOVE • JAMES W. NOBLE, Medicine; V^oodland, California. • RALPH FREDERICK NUZUM, Medicine; Yakima, 

Washington; Sigma Chi; Phi Chi. • MARIO PALAFOX, Medicine; El Paso, Texas; Phi Rho Sigma. S ROBERT 
HAMILTON PALMER. JR., Medicine; Greenville. Texas; Phi Chi; Vice-President. Senior Class; History of Medi- 
cine; Owl Club. • MILAM B. PHARO, Medicine; Port Arthur. Texas; Phi Chi. • REUBEN JACKSON PLANT. 
JR., Medicine; Tallasscc, Alabama; Phi Kappa Sigma; Nu Sigma Nu. • ROBERT HOLLINGSWORTH POTTS, 
JR.. Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Phi Chi; President, Junior Medical. ■47-'48; Owl Club. 

• VLADIMIR REICZIEWCZXSKI, Medicine; Moscow, Russia; Politburgo; Wallace for President Club. • M. 
W. RHODES. Medicine. Terrell, Texas; Alpha Omega Alpha; Owl Club. • RUSSELL O. RIGBY. Medicine; 
Shroveport. Louisiana; Phi Chi; Owl Club. O EDWIN RIVERA. Medicine; Cabo Roio. Puerto Rico. • JOHN 
W. ROARK, Medicine; Troup. Texas; Phi Chi. 

BELOW • IRVING LOUIS ROSEN. Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Lambda Kappa; History of Medicine. 

• H. A. RUSSELL, JR., Medicine; Murfreesboro. Tennessee; Phi Chi. • RICHARD OLIVER RUTLAND. JR., 
Medicine; Eufaula. Alabama; Nu Sigma Nu. Q JAMES HARRY SAFT. Medicine; Houston. Texas; Zeta Beta 
Tau; Phi Delta Epsilon; Medical Pan Hellenic, Vice-President, '48-'49: History of Medicine. • HAROLD J. 
SHANER, Medicine; Dayton. Ohio; Nu Sigma Nu. • WILLIAM L. SHEAD. Medicine; Norman, Olilahoma. 



IRVING LOUIS ROSEN 
JAMES HARRY SAFT 



H. A. RUSSELL, JR. 
HAROLD J. SHANER 



RICHARD O. RUTLAND, JR. 
WILLIAM L. SHEAD 



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DAVID L. STEPHENS 



WILLIAM R. SORUM 
A. L. STEPLOCK 



• JAMES E. SHROPSHIRE. JR., Medicine; Birmingham, Alabama; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Chi; Vice-Presi 
dent, Sophomore Class, Medical, 1946. • WILLIAM R. SORUM, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana. • DAVID 
L. STEPHENS, Medicine; Gadsden, Alabama; Owl Club. • A. L. STEPHLOCK, Medicine; New Orleans, 
Louisiana. 

• BRUCE SULLIVAN, JR., Medicine; Fort Worth, Texas; Nu Sigma Nu; History of Medicine. • M. THOMAS 
SUMMAR. Medicine; Dallas, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi. • WILLIAM C. SUPER, Medicine; Pittsburgh. Pennsyl- 
vania; History of Medicine. • JOHN H. TERRY, Medicine; Galesburg. Illinois; Beta Theta Pi; Nu Sigma Nu; 
President. Medical Student Body; Vice-President, University Student Council; Omicron Delta Kappa; Who's Who 
History of Medicine; Owl Club; Medical Pan Hellenic Council. • ANDREW HENRY THALHEIM, JR., Medi 
cine; Gretna, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Phi Chi; Gamma Delta. • EUGENE JOSEPH THOMAS; Medicine 
Jackson, Mississippi; Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi. • LEE H, TRAPP, Medicine; Nettleton, Mississippi; Phi Chi 
Beta Beta Beta; Owl Club. • GEORGE WILLIAM TUCKER, Medicine; Crowley. Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu 
Delta Kappa Epsilon; Owl Club. • WARD TURNER. Medicine; New Orleans; Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu 

• JACK FREDERICK WISMAN, Medicine; Lincoln, Nebraska; Sigma Nu; Nu Sigma Nu. • ISADORE YAGER, 
Medicine; Brooklyn, New York; President, History of Medicine, ■48-'49; Owl Club. • SAMUEL JOHN ZOE- 
CKLER, Medicine; Davenport. Iowa; Alpha Omega Alpha; Owl Club. 



ABOVE 



BELOW 



BRUCE SULLIVAN, JR. 
LEE H. TRAPP 



M. THOMAS SUMMAR 
GEORGE WILLIAM TUCKER 



WILLIAM C. SUPER 
WARD TURNER 



JOHN H. TERRY 
JACK FREDERICK WISMAN 



ANDREW H. THALHEIM, JR. 
ISADORE YAGER 



EUGENE JOSEPH THOMAS 
SAMUEL JOHN 20ECKLER 





MAURICE B. ADELSON. Ill JAMES FAIRLY ALISON. JR. 
JAMES C. ATKINSON JO INDIAN AZTEC 



BYRON S. ALLEN, JR. 
JOHN ROY BANE, JR. 



LeROY C. ANTROBUS 
KIRK KENNETH BARNES 



RAUL A. ARMSTRONG 
ROBERT V. BARNETT 



ROSA ASMAR-KALIL 
RICHARD J. BARRY 



ABOVE 



BELOW 



• MAURICE BERNARD ADELSON, III, Medicine; Hollandale, Mississippi; Zeta Beta Tau. • JAMES FAIRLY 
ALISON, JR., Medicine; Selma, Alabama; Phi Chi. • BYRON S. ALLEN. JR., Medicine; Houston, Texas; Theta 
Kappa Psi. • LeROY C. ANTROBUS. Medicine; Tucumcari. New Mexico; Nu Sigma Nu. • RAUL A. 
ARMSTRONG. Medicine; Ponce. Puerto Rico; Phi Rho Sigma. • ROSA ASMAR-KALIL. Medicine; Santurce. 
Puerto Rico; Alpha Epsilon lota. • JAMES C. ATKINSON. Medicine; Scooba, Mississippi; Nu Sigma Nu; 
Freshman Medical Representative to Hullabaloo and JAMBALAYA. • JO INDIAN AZTEC. Medicine; Yucatan 
Peninsula. Mexico. • JOHN ROY BANE, JR., Medicine; Jackson, Mississippi; Theta Kappa Psi. • KIRK 
KENNETH BARNES, Medicine; Spokane, Washington; Sigma Chi; Phi Chi. • ROBERT V. BARNETT. Medicine; 
Camden, Alabama; Omicron Delta Kappa; History of Medicine Society; Baptist Student Union. • RICHARD 
J. BARRY. Medicine; Shreveport. Louisiana; Phi Chi. 

• EMILE M. BAUMHAUER, JR., Medicine; Meridian, Mississippi; Phi Kappa Sigma. • ROBERT R. BOESE. 
Medicine; Ft. Lauderdale. Florida; Pi Kappa Alpha; Theta Kappa Psi. • FREM F. BOUSTANY, JR., Medicine; 
Lafayette, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Theta Kappa Psi. • FREDERICK R. BRADEN. Medicine; Huntington, 
West Virginia; Phi Chi. 



EMILE M. BAUMHAUER, JR. 
FREM F. BOUSTANY, JR. 



ROBERT R. BOESE 
FREDERICK R. BRADEN 



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CHARLES W. 6RICE. JR. MASON EUGENE BROCK 



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• GERALD EDWARD BRANDES, Medicine; Victoria, Texas, e WALTER H. BRENT. Medicine; Hammond, 
Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Nu Sigma Nu. • CHARLES W, BRICE. JR., Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Theta 
Kappa Psi; Honor Council (I); Vice-President Class (2). • MASON EUGENE BROCK. Medicine; Grapevine. 
Texas; AROTC. 



ABOVE 



• GEORGE F. BROWN. Medicine; Tupelo. Mississippi; Phi Chi. • WILLIAM P. CAGLE. III. Medicine; Los 
Angeles, California. • HENRY S. CARTER. Medicine; Pineville, Kentucky; Phi Chi. • ROBERT T. CATES, 
Medicine; Longview. Mississippi. • HORACE C. CLAYTON. Medicine; Leeds, Alabama. • ROBERT B. 
CLIFTON, Medicine; Shreveport, Louisiana; Phi Chi. • HERMAN COHEN. Medicine; Miami Beach. Florida. 
O HORACE ROBERT COOK, Medicine; San Francisco, California. • DAVID BERRY DALE. Medicine; Prentiss. 
Mississippi; Nu Sigma Nu. • THOMAS MOORE DAVIS, Medicine; Meridian, Mississippi. • D. D. DELGADO, 
D.D.S., Medicine; El Paso, Texas. • JAMES ROBERT DIXON, Medicine; Alberta, Alabama; Theta Kappa Psi. 



BELOW 



GEORGE F. BROWN WILLIAM P. CAGLE, Ml 

HERMAN COHEN HORACE ROBERT COOK 



HENRY S. CARTER 
DAVID BERRY DALE 



ROBERT T. CATES 
THOMAS MOORE DAVIS 



HORACE C. CLAYTON 
D. D. DELGADO 



ROBERT B. CLIFTON 
JAMES ROBERT DIXON 





JOHN A. EDWARDS, JR. 
RUDOLF M. FLASDICK 



THEODORE G. ELCHOS 
DREW GIESEN 



DABNEY MINOR EWIN 
UPTON WRIGHT GILES 



TOM K. FARRIS 
ROBERT H. GOODMAN 



GWINN FINCHER 
GEORGE B. HALLIDAY 



SEWALL S. FINE 
DOYLE R. HAMILTON, JR. 



ABOVE 



BELOW 



• JOHN ARCHIBALD EDWARDS, JR., Medicine; Anniston, Alabama; Phi Chi. O THEODORE GEORGE 
ELCHOS, Medicine; Vicksburg, Mississippi; Theta Kappa Psi; Beta Beta Beta. • DABNEY MINOR EWIN, Medi- 
cine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Chi; President, Freshman Medical Class, '47-'48; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Who's Who; History of Medicine; JAMBALAYA; Canterbury Club; TUSK. • TOM K. FARRIS, Medicine; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu; History of Medicine Society. • GWINN FINCHER, Medicine; El 
Dorado, Arkansas; Phi Chi. • SEWALL S. FINE, Medicine; Boston, Massachusetts; AROTC; Squadron B; Band; 
Hillel Foundation; Intercollegiate Zionist Federal of Am. • RUDOLF M. FLASDICK, Medicine; New Orleans, 
Louisiana; Phi Chi. • DREW GIESEN, Medicine; Radford, Virginia. • UPTON WRIGHT GILES, Medicine; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma. • ROBERT HERMAN GOODMAN, Medicine; Jersey City, New Jersey; 
Phi Lambda Kappa. • GEORGE B. HALLIDAY, Medicine; Mobile, Alabama; Theta Kappa Psi. • DOYLE 
ROACH HAMILTON, JR., Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Chi, Treasurer, Junior Class; Baptist Student 
Union. 

• WILLIAM ROBYN HARDY, JR., Medicine, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi; Phi Chi; History of Medi- 
cine Society. • WILLIAM STEWART HARWELL, Medicine; Shreveport, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; Vice-Presi- 
dent, Sophomore Class, '48-'49— Medical; Omicron Delta Kappa. • GENE C. HASSINGER, Medicine; New 
Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon lota; History of Medicine Society. • DANILO ANTONIO HERRERA, Medi- 
cine; Heredia, Costa Rica; Central America; Phi lota Alpha. 



WILLIAM ROBYN HARDY, JR. WILLIAM S. HARWELL 

GENE C. HASSINGER DANILO A. HERRERA 



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• BERNARD T. HICKMAN. Medicine; Louisville, Mississippi; Theta Kappa Psi. • RICHARD 5. HOLLIS. 
Medicine; Amory, Mississippi; Phi Chi. O JERRY PAT HOUGH, Medicine; Harlingon, Texas; Sigma Chi. 

• ALEXANDER WIRT HULETT. Medicine; Charleston, Mississippi; Phi Chi. 



ABOVE 



O ROBERT E. IVY, Medicine; Hollandale, Mississippi; Phi Chi. • JOHN D. JACKSON. Medicine; Danville. 
Kentucky; Nu Sigma Nu. • ELIZABETH C. JONES. Medicine; Branford, Florida, CHARLES J. KAHN, 
Medicine, Pensacola, Florida; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Epsilon. • DAVID KATZ. Medicine; Brooklyn. New 
York; Phi Lambda Kappa. • HERMAN EDWARD KELLUM, JR.. Medicine; Haynesville, Louisiana; Theta Kappa 
Psi. • DONALD E. KILLELEA. Medicine. Wichita Falls, Texas; Phi Chi. • GAYLORD S. KNOX, Medicine; 
New Orleans. Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu; History of Medicine. • ALOYSIUS LEO KUNTZ, Medicine; South Bend, 
Indiana. SAUL FRANCIS LANDRY. JR., Medicine; Houma, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi. • LEON LENOIR, 
JR., Medicine; Gulfport. Mississippi. O SAMUEL L. LIEBER, Medicine; Shreveport, Louisiana; Phi Delta Epsilon; 
Phi Sigma Delta; Who's Who. 



BELOW 



ROBERT E. IVY 
DONALD E. KILLELEA 



JOHN D. JACKSON 
GAYLORD S. KNOX 



ELIZABETH C. JONES 
ALOYSIUS LEO KUNTZ 



CHARLES J. KAHN 
SAUL FRANCIS LANDRY. JR. 



DAVID KATZ 
LEON LENOIR, JR. 



HERMAN E. KELLUM. JR. 
SAMUEL L. LIEBER 





ZELIG HERBERT LiEBERMAN CLU FLU LUSK 

CECIL ROY McEWEN. JR. WILLIAM E. McGEE, JR. 



CARL A. McCANDLISH 
HUSH C. McLEOD. JR. 



L. N. McCULLOUSH, JR. 
JOHN A. McLEOD 



WILLIAM Y. McDANIEL 
JOHN T. MILAM 



RICHARD A. McELROY 
ROBERT M. MILLER 



ABOVE • ZELIG HERBERT LIEBERMAN, Medicine; San Antonio, Texas; Phi Delta Epsilon; Alpha Omega Alpha; 

Pan Hellenic Council. • CLU FLU LUSK, Medicine; Eros, Louisiana; Phi Chi. • CARL A. McCANDISH, 
Medicine; Delhi, Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Chaplain, 1948-1949. • LAWRENCE NEIL McCULLOUGH. 
JR., Medicine; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Theta Kappa Psi, Treasurer. Medical Student Body, Sophomore. 
• WILLIAM YOUNG McDANIEL, Medicine; Tuscumbia, Alabama; Theta Kappa Psi. • RICHARD A. Mc- 
ELROY. Medicine; Richmond, Virginia; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Westminster Fellowship. • CECIL ROY Mc- 
EWEN, JR., Medicine; Brookhaven, Mississippi; Kappa Sigma. Theta Kappa Psi; A Cappella Choir. # 
WILLIAM E. McGEE, JR., Medicine; Macon. Mississippi; Nu Sigma Nu. • HUGH CARROLL McLEOD. JR.. 
Medicine; Hattiesburg. Mississippi; Sigma Chi; Phi Chi. • JOHN ANGUS McLEOD, Medicine; Hattiesburg. 
Mississippi; Sigma Chi. Phi Chi; Pre-Medical Society. • JOHN T. MILAM, Medicine; Sissonville, West 
Virginia. • ROBERT MORGAN MILLER, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi. 

BELOW • JAMES ALBERT MITCHELL, Medicine; Sheffield. Alabama. • RONALD B. MITCHELL. Medicine; Leipsic. 

Ohio; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JAMES B. MOSS. Medicine; Clovis, New Mexico; Theta Kappa Psi. • HENRY 
CLIFFORD MULLINS. JR., Medicine; Tuscaloosa. Alabama; Phi Chi. 



JAMES ALBERT MITCHELL 
JAMES B. MOSS 



RONALD B. MITCHELL 
HENRY C. MULLINS. JR. 



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• FARRELL R, NICHOLSON, Medicine; Marrero, Louisiana. • JOHN LOCKWOOD OCHSNER, Medicine; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Nu Sigma Nu. • JOHN B. O'KEEFE, Medicine; Biloxl, Mississippi; 
Phi Chi. • RICHARD EUGENE PERRY, Medicine; Gainesville, Florida; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • JOHN E. 
PITTMAN, JR., Medicine; Enterprise, Alabama; Nu Sigma Nu; President, Sophomore Class, '48-'49; History of 
Medicine. • GERALD E. POSNER, Medicine; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Phi Delta Epsilon; Beta Gamma Sigma; 
Omciron Delta Kappa. • HENRY WILLIAM POST, Medicine; Denver City, Texas; Phi Chi. • MORTON 
H. RACHELSON, Medicine; Flushing, New York; Phi Lambda Kappa, Tau Epsilon Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. • 
LEONARD ROLFES, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi. • BERT ROOD, Medicine; Jackson- 
ville, Florida; Phi Chi. • FLOYD DAVID ROOS, Medicine; Shrcveport, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau, Phi Delta 
Epsilon. • SEYMOUR FRED ROSENWASSER, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Ph! Lambda Kappa; Presi- 
dent, Affiliate Chapter of American Chemical Society, '45-'46; History of Medicine Society. 



BELOW 



FARRELL R. NICHOLSON JOHN L. OCHSNER JOHN B. O'KEEFE 

HENRY W. POST MORTON H. RACHELSON LEONARD ROLFES 



RICHARD E. PERRY 
BERT ROOD 



JOHN E. PITTMAN, JR. GERALD E. POSNER 

FLOYD DAVID ROOS SEYMOUR F. ROSENWASSER 





GLENN B. RUFFIN 
HENRY L. 5HERR0D, JR. 



RANDOLPH RUTLEDSE 
PETER JOHN SPOTO 



GERALD SANDLER 
JOHN L. STEWART 



JACK SARTIN 
JAMES H. STILES, JR. 



JAMES W. SEWELL 
MICHAEL H. SULAK 



JESSE Q. SEWELL 
HART SYLVESTER 



ABOVE • SLENN B. RUFFIN, Medicine; Laurel, Mississippi; Phi Chi; President, Freshman Medical Class, '48-'49. • 

RANDOLPH RUTLEDSE, Medicine; Floydada, Texas; Phi Chi. • GERALD SANDLER, Medicine; Brooklyn. New 
York; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Phi Lambda Kappa; Pan Hellenic Council- • JACK SARTIN, Medicine; Columbia. 
Mississippi. • JAMES WESLEY SEWELL, Medicine; Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Phi Chi; Phi Delta Theta. • JESSE 
QUIMBY SEWELL. Medicine; Bay St. Louis. Mississippi. • HENRY LAMBERT SHERROD. JR., Medicine; Birming- 
ham. Alabama; Phi Chi. • PETER JOHN SPOTO. Medicine; Tampa, Florida; Phi Rho Sigma. • JOHN L 
STEWART. Medicine; Farmervllle, Louisiana. • JAMES HOOPER STILES, JR., Medicine; Lubbock, Texas; Phi 
Chi. • MICHAEL HUNTINGDON SULAK. Medicine; Upper Darby, Pennsylvania; Nu Sigma Nu. • HART 
SYLVESTER, Medicine; Ville Platte, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Intramural Council; Pan Hellenic Council; Blue Key. 

BELOW • GEORGE TEMPLE, Medicine; Budc. Mississippi; Theta Kappa PsI. • WALTER HARMON TILL, Medicine; 

Elmore, Alabama; Phi Chi; Lambda Chi Alpha. • JOHN C. TOMLINSON, Medicine; Gulfport, Mississippi; 
Phi Chi. • THEODORE P. VOTTELER, Medicine; Dallas, Texas; Phi Chi; Honor Council, '48-'49. 



GEORGE TEMPLE 
JOHN C. TOMLINSON 



WALTER HARMON TILL 
THEODORE P. VOTTELER 



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• H. AUBREY WHITE. JR., Medicine; Alexandria. Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi. • OLLIE P. WILLIAMS, g E L O W 
Medicine; Shreveport, Louisiana; Phi Chi. • ROBERT R. WILSON, Medicine; Shrevcport, Louisiana; Phi Chi. 

• SAMUEL B. WHITTEN, Medicine; Jaclcsonvillc, Florida; Tau Epsilon Phi; Phi Lannbda Kappa. • JAMES 
P. WOOD, Medicine; Clinton, Mississippi; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • V. WILLIAM WOOD, Medicine; Tulsa, 
Oklahoma; Phi Chi. • GERALD G. WOODRUFF, JR., Medicine; Anniston, Alabama; Phi Chi. • FRED S. 
WOODWORTH, Medicine; Coahuila. Mexico; Theta Kappa Psi. • CHARLES N. WRIGHT, Medicine; Jackson, 
Mississippi; Phi Chi; Pi Kappa Alpha; Omicron Delta Kappa. 



H. AUBREY WHITE, JR. OLLIE P. WILLIAMS ROBERT R. WILSON SAMUEL B. WHITTEN JAMES P. WOOD 

V. WILLIAM WOOD GERALD G. WOODRUFF, JR. FRED S. WOODWORTH CHARLES N. WRIGHT 





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Basing its selection of membership upon interest in the 
group, scholastic standing, faculty recommendation and 
group approval, the hiistory of Medicine Society each 
year elects from the freshman class those fulfilling these 
standards. Founded in 1933, through the stimulus of 
Gordon Holcomb, Gres Dawson and Bernard Weinstein, 
the organization is primarily interested in tracing the de- 
velopment and factual information in its field. 

At each meeting guest speakers and members of the 
medical school staff present paper on medical history. 

An annual event is the spring banquet, at which time 



the newly elected are presented with membership certi- 
ficates, the officers for the next semester are introduced 
and awards to members are made. Among these are the 
Rudolph Mates Award for the best student paper present- 
ed during the year, the I. I. Lemann for the best dis- 
cussion of a paper, and the B. B. Weinstein for the most 
outstanding individual research done by a Student mem- 
ber. 

Officers this year have been Isadore Yager, president; 
Leo Horan, vice-president; Richard Smith, Secretary; Mil- 
ton Eichler, Treasurer. 



MEMBERS 



James Altgelt 
Ivan Al+man 
Virginia Apter 
John Arnold 
Philip Astor 
Robert Barnett 
Bob Barnes, Jr. 
Andrew Barry 
Fred Berry 
John Bise 
Mason Brock 
Craig Cantrell 
Yale Citrin 
Herman Cohen 
Clayton Cook 
Sol Courtman 
Thonnas Edwards 
Milton Eichler 
Dabney Ewin 
Richard Ewin 



Harry Fair, Jr. 
Tom Farris 
Charles Farwell. Jr. 
Richard Field, Jr. 
John Frere, Jr. 
John Gibson 
Paul Graffagnino 
V^^IIIIam Hardy, Jr. 
Gene Hassinger 
Robert Hendrlck 
Mary Lu Hickman 
Richard Hickman 
Alexander Hulett 
Leo Horan 
Louis Hughes 
Everett Irvine 
Robert Ivy 
Thomas James 
Robert Jernlgan 
Gordon Kelly 



Margaret Kerr 
Gaylord Knox 
Kathryn Krleger 
James Lancaster 
Alvan Lassen 
Clu Flu Lusk 
Robert Magee 
Jeannee Marcoux 
Foster McCaleb, Jr. 
Christopher Mengis 
Donald Morrison 
Francis Nicolle 
Francis Pearce, Jr. 
Van Buren Philpot, Jr. 
John Pittman, Jr. 
Lewis Post 
Lamar Puryear. Jr. 
Floyd Roos 
Irving Rosen 
Semour Rosenwasser 



Daniel Russel. Jr. 
Randolph Rutledge 
George Sackett, Jr 
Wayne Shepard 
Julian Sims 
Rayford Smith, Jr. 
Richard Smith 
Walter J. Stuckey, 



Melvin Sullivan, 
William Super 
John Terry 
George Tucker 
John Turner, Jr. 
Patricia Webb 
Harry Whayne 
Nell Williams 
Jack Wisman 
James Williams, 
Isadore Yager 
Samuel Zoeckler 



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The society is composed of regular members con- 
sisting of medical men and women who, as under- 
graduates, have given promise of becoming leaders 
in their professions, honorary members consisting 
of physicians who have attained distinction in a 
worthy line of human endeavor, and of persons, 
whether physicians or not, who have gained unusual 
recognition in fields related to medicine. 

The aims of the society are the promotion of 
scholarship and research in medical schools, the 
encouragement of a high standard of character 
and conduct among medical students and grad- 
uates, and the recognition of high attainment In 
medical science and related fields; and the creation 
of a fund to aid deserving students In the School 
of Medicine of Tulane University of Louisiana. 

OFFICERS 

WILLIAM CHERRY President 

JEANNE MARCOUX Vice-President 

DR. EDWIN S. KAGY .... Secretary-Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



hienry Blackburn, ^ 
William Cherry 
Clarence Denser 
Edwin Lee Sarlett 
John R. Gibson 
Mary L. Hickman 
Richard Hickman 
Guy Hicks, Jr. 
Samuel T. Jones 
Roy Ledbetter, Jr. 



Herbert Lie barman 
Jacob C. Lipplncott 
Frank London 
Sylvester McDonnleal, Jr, 
Jeanne Marie Marcoux 
Maj. William Rhodes. Jr, 
Melvin Sabshin 
David John Seel 
Richard T. Smith 
Samuel J. Zoeckler 



W. A. Cherry. G. M. Hicks, J. R. Gibson, Z. H. Lieberman, J. C. Lippincott, J. M. Mar- 
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Whoever heard of Owls studying Medicine 



The Owl Club is an organization composed 
of twenty-four seniors in the School of Medi- 
cine elected yearly on the basis of their char- 
acter, personality, scholastic Interest. The pur- 
pose of the club is to promote better student- 
faculty relationships so that both parties may 
benefit from constructive criticism in order to 
maintain and advance scholarship, teaching, 
and ethics at the Medical School. 

In addition, the organization Is pledged to 
several projects, such as gathering Information 
of aid to junior and senior students In the se- 
lection of Internships, and has taken leadership 
In sponsoring the Tulane Medical Research 
Fund, for the promoting and financing of wider 
research at the School of Medicine. 

OFFICERS 

JOHN GIBSON President 

MAURICE CLAMMEN .... Vice-President 
BILL CHERRY Secretary-Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Jack Barry Tommy James Dick Rutland 

Bob Bulling ton George Lewis David Stephens 

Bill Cherry Jack Moore Tommy Summar 

Maurice Ctammen Bob Potts Jack Terry 

Dicic Field Bob Palmer Lee Trapp 

Jimmy Gentry Major Rhodes Bill Tucker 

John Gibson Russel RIgby Isedore Yeager 

Leo Horen John Roark Sam Zoeckler 



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Medical School Pan Hellenic Council was established in April, 
1923, with the purpose of securing cooperation among the nnember 
fraternities and for preserving standards of membership. The mem- 
ber fraternities are Alpha Epsilon lota. Alpha Kappa Kappa, Nu 
Sigma Nu, Phi Chi, Phi Lambda Kappa, Phi Rho Sigma, Theta Kappa 
Psi. 

The council directs and controls all medical school fraternity 
athletic competition and in addition it sponsors the annual Medical 
Pan hiellenic Dance. 



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Second row: Richard Field, Moe Claman 

Third row: Kathryn Krieger, Jack Moore, Irving Rosen 




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OFFICERS 



RICHARD J. FIELD President 

RICHARD O. RUTLAND Vice-President 

JAMES W. LANCASTER Secretary 

CHRIS. L. MENGIS Treasurer 

P. NED GRAFFASNINO Historian 

JAMES E. ALTGELT Custodian 

DON MORRISON Library 



MEMBERS 



Thomas E. Abernathy 
James E. Ai+gelt 
Leroy C. An+robus 
John H. Arnold 
James C. Alklnson 
William L Bass, Jr. 
John R. Bise, III 
Walter H. Brent 
Joe Frank Brothers 
Thomas J. Brothers 
David S. Buell 
Ralph H. Cameron, Jr. 
Craig G. Cantrell 
David B. Dale 
Ted K. Dampeer 
Warren G, Darty 
Thomas S. Edwards 
Joseph L. Ewing, Jr. 
Tom K. Farris 
Charles A. Farwell 
Richard J. Field, Jr. 
John R. Gibson 
Paul Ned Gratfagnino 
John A. Hall. Jr. 
Charles P. Hargis 



James hi. Harrison 
Guy M. Hicks, Jr. 
Charles R. Hogue 
Milton J. Hoffman 
Leo G. Horan 
Louis B. Hughes 
Noel V. Ice 
John D. Jackson 
John B. Jameson, Jr. 
Fred B. Jones 
James W. Lancaster 
Gordon B. Kelly 
Gaylord S. Knox 
William A. McBride 
Foster C. McCaleb, Jr. 
William E. McGee, Jr. 
James T. Maddox 
Robert L. Magee 
Christopher L. Mengis 
John F. Monroe 
William D. Monroe 
Donald T. Morrison 
Thayer K. Morrow 
John L. Ochsner 
Francis M, Pearce, Jr. 
John E. Pittman, Jr. 



Reuben J. Plant, Jr. 
Daniel A. Russell, Jr. 
Richard O. Rutland 
George L. Sackett 
Billy P. Sammons 
H. Jack Shaner 
Rayford A. Smith, Jr. 
Richard T. Smith 
Julian H. Sims 
John P. Schneider 
John E. Stafford 
Albert F. Stratton, Jr. 
M. Bruce Sullivan 
John H. Terry 
Jack E. Thielen 
George W. Tucker 
Peyton R. Tunstall, Jr. 
Ward Turner 
John C. Turnham, Jr. 
William W. Walker, Jr. 
Harry U. Whayne 
James Williams, Jr. 
Jack F. Wisman 
Marvin E. Chernoslcy 
Irvin Clayton 
Edward B. Leverich 



Nu Sigma Nu was founded at the University of Michigan in 1882. and the Beta lota Chapter 
was established at Tulane in 1910. The Chapter's beautiful and ample house is conveniently located 
on St. Charles Avenue and is the scene of frequent and memorable parties. 

The fraternity's activities are presided over by Dick Field, ably assisted by vice-president Dick 
Rutland, recorded by Jim Lancaster, and reluctantly paid for by Chris Mongis. 

Its chief sources of pride are its excellent library and the annual Rudolph Matas Lectureship. 
The latter, established in 1947, has fhus far sponsored lectures by the eminent Doctors Alfred 
Blalock and William Menninger. 



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OFFICERS 



JACK MOORE Presiding Senior 

THOMAS DAVIS Presiding Junior 

THEODORE P. VOTTELER Secretary 

ROBERT IVY Treasurer 



MEMBERS 




James Alison, Jr. 
August Anderson 
Robert Barnes 
Richard Barry 
Jesse Belyeu 
Bob Bernhard 
Whitney Boggs 
Jacob Bos 
William Box 
Fred Braden 
Earl Brandon, Jr. 
George Fisher Brown 
Robert Brown 
Robert Bullington 
Thomas Bush 
R. E. Caldwell 
George Campbell 
David Carlton 
hlenry Sproles Carter 
William Larkin Carter 
Robert Clifton 
James Wesley Coker 
James William Connelly 
Clayton Cook 
Thomas Davis 
John Edwards 
John Ely 
Dabney Ewin 
Richard Ewing 
William Faris 
Harry Fair 
Lawrence Fincher 
Rudolf Flasdick 
John Frere 



John C. Fridge, Jr. 
Henry Guerriero 
Thomas Guyton 
Doyle Hamilton 
William Hardy 
John Harrington 
Fred Harris 
William Harwell 
Robert Hendrick 
Robert Higgs 
Dr. Robert F. Holdren 
Richard S. Hollis 
Ed Hudgens 
Alex Hulett 
Robert Ivy 
Thomas James 
Donald Killelea 
John Kitchings 
J. Thomas Krueger 
George Lewis 
Clu Flu Lusk 
Lawrence McGee 
Hugh Carroll McLeod, . 
John Angus McLeod 
Donald McMahon, Jr. 
Dembo Montgomery 
Robert Lee Moore 
Jack Moore 
Henry C. Mullins. Jr. 
Emmett C. Neil! 
Francis Nicolle 
Ralph Nuzum 
William G. Odom 
John O'Keefe 
William Pacetti 



Robert Palmer 
Milam Pharo 
James Pierce 
Henry Post 
Robert Potts 
Lamar Puryear 
William Richardson 
Russell Rigby 
John Roark 
Albert Rood 
Glenn B. Ruffin 
Randolph Rutledge 
James Sewell 
Charles Selah 
Henry Sherrod 
John Shriner 
Earl Spencer 
Hugh Gene Steele 
James Hooper Stiles 
Andrew Thalheim 
Walter Till 
John Tomlinson 
Lee Trapp 
James Van Pelt 
Theodore Votteler 
Gordon Walker 
Aubrey White, Jr. 
Phil White 
Ernest Williams 
Olie Penn Williams 
Robert R. Wilson 
Virgil William Wood 
Gerald Woodruff 
Charles Wright 



Phi Chi was founded at the University of Vermont in 1889 and has been at Tulane since 1902. 

Famous for quiet parties and clean skits, they point with pride to their big house and the Jeff 
Miller library. Jack Moore swings the gavel and Tom Davis is Presiding Junior. Ted Votteler scribbles 
notes and Bob Ivy collects the bills. Hank Sherrod is House Mouse. Biggest "wheels" in the 
chapter are Snake Moore, Tom Davis, Tommy James, and Glenn Ruffin. 




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OFFICERS 



MEMBERS 



JACK BARRY , Prytan 

TOM SUMMAR Vice-Prytan 

HOLLY GRIMM Co-Rush Captain 

BOB BOESE Co-Rush Captain 

ROSS DAVIS House Manager 

S. F. LANDRY. JR Recorder 

KIT CARSON Bursar 

E. RIZZOLO Librarian 

NELSON BOUDREAUX Chaplain 

GEORGE BENNETT Sergeant-at-Arms 

RITUAL OFFICERS 

J. KIMBELL Councilor 

K. BROWN " Temple Aid 

J. MOSS Herald 



Gaulman Abshire 
Byron Allen 
Richard Allen 
John Roy Bane, Jr. 
Andrew J. Barry 
George E. Bennett 
Fred B. Berry 
Chapman W. Bertlnot 
Robert R, Boese 
Nelson Boudreaux 
Frem F. Boustany, Jr. 
Roy Brabham 
Charles W. Brice 
Kennell P. Brown 
Thomas Calmpa 
Thomas D. Campbell 
Arthur J. Carson 
Robert T, Cates 
William A. Cherry 
John S. Davis 
Ross Davis 
James Dixon 



Volla A. Dunham 
Ted Elchos 
Robert J. Fairchild 
Ira E. Gaddy, Jr. 
Warren Sadpallle 
Ralph Gardner 
Bennett Holly Grimm 
George Halllday 
Charles E. Hamilton 
Bernard Hickman 
Carter Holcomb 
Wallace E. Irvine 
Woody Jacobs 
Car. Jarrell 
Samuel T. Jones. Ill 
Herman Kellum 
James H. KImbell 
Saul F. Landry, Jr. 
Royall T. Liles 
Treve B. Lumsden 
Lawrence N. McCullough 
William McDanlel 
Ray McEwen 



Ray McNamee 
John T. Milam 
Robert Miller 
Peter J. Morgane 
James B. Moss 
Ermlmlo Rlzzolo 
Leonard J. Rolfes 
Jack Sartin 
Fred M. Shell 
Wiley Smith 
Otto C. Stelnmfiyer 
William A. Stephens 
Thomas M. Summar 
Joseph R. Swartwout 
George Temple 
Stanley W. Ullom 
Spencer Walton 
John Weiss 
John C. Wells 
John B. WIthrow 
Fred S. Woodworth 
Ernie Young 



Theta Kappa PsI began the new year in a new house at 1939 South Carrollton Avenue. Everyone 
put out a lot of elbow grease getting things ship-shape for Rush Week. 

The big events of the year were the Cadaver Ball, French Quarter Party, Cajun Party, Spring 
Formal, and many other informal parties. 

Their chief contribution to Medical Pan-Hellenic this year is Its president. Jack Barry, who, also, 
runs things down Theta Kap way. 



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OFFICERS 



WAYNE SHEPARD President 

JOHN TURNER Vice-President 



JIM WOOD Secretary 

GREGORY FERRIS Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Bill Cagle 
Gene Cooper 
Gregory S. Ferris 



V. B. Jackson 
Carl A. McCandlish 
Richard A. McElroy 
Edward Morgan 



Richard E. Perry 
Allen Read 
Wayne Shepard 
Lynne J. Taylor 



John Turner 
E. W, Wilkerson 
James Wood 



Alpha Kappa Kappa was founded at Dartmouth Col- 
lege in 1888. Alpha Beta chapter was instituted at Tu- 
lane November 24, 1903, as successor to Zeta chapter 
of Phi Kappa Psi. After having suffered severely during 
the war years from the loss of her house and many of 
the local alumni to the armed services. Alpha Beta was 



completely reorganized last year, and with the purchase 
of a new house on St. Charles Ave. looks forward to a 
repetition of her long and honorable history. The annual 
house dance in April and the sporadic parties given sev- 
eral times each month highlighted the social season. 




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OFFICERS 

K. J. KREIGER President P. WEBB Recording Secretary 

V. APTER Vice-President K. BACHMAN Corresponding Secretary 

C. DENNING Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Helen Ahmann 
Virginia Apter 
Rosa Asmar 
Katherine Bachman 
Evelyn Barraza 
Mary Beaman 
Louise Benneft 
Maria Teresa Berio 



Margaret Bolton 
Mary John Brown 
Ana Carrera 
Carolyn Denning 
Priscilla Diaz 
Nina Bass Goss 
Julia Hart 
Mary Sue Hart 
Gene Hasslnger 



Alpha Epsilon lota Is the only women's medical frater- 
nity at Tulane. Social activities this year included a "get- 
acquainted" picnic for the freshman girls (with beer), 
a Christmas party, the annual Powder Puff Ball, and the 
Senior Banquet in May. 



Mary Louise Hinson 
Jonnie M. Horn 
Elizabeth Jones 
Mildred Kenny 
Margaret Kerr 
Ruth Kirchstein 
Kathryn Krieger 
Jeanne Marcoux 
Louise Markham 



Frances Mayfield 
Betty Noxon 
Cecilia Reichert 
Emmasue Snow 
Sarah Stewart 
Patricia Webb 
Priscilla Wells 
Nell Williams 



inactive) 



Medical Interest is stimulated by sponsoring a series of 
guest lectures with attendance open to the faculty and 
student body. 




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OFFICERS 



MICHAEL BLAIS President 

DAVID REIVE Vice-President 



PETER SPOTO Secretary 

RAUL ARMSTRONG Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Raul A. Armstrong 
Michael R. Blais 
Gernon Brown, Jr. 



Maxuell Carrol 
George Carusso 
Ray Morgan 



The Phi Rhos got their start at Northwestern Univer- 
sity in 1 890. The Delta Omicron Alpha chapter was 
established at Tulane in 1918. Mike Blais is the president 
oi the group, Dave Reive is vice-president, Pete Spoto, 
secretary and Raul Armstrong, treasurer. This year has 
been full of activity, starting with the repairing and paint- 



Mario Palafox 
Lester Ploss 
David Reive 



Jesse Sewell 
Carlos G. Santoro 
Peter J. Spoto 



ing of the old house at Maple St. by the mennbers them- 
selves. The alumni were present for the house warming 
that followed, as well as for the after-the-game-parties 
and the big hialloween Dance, for which the house was 
beautifully decorated. Their colors are scarlet and gold. 




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OFFICERS 

IRVING ROSEN President SEYMOUR ROSENWAS5ER Treasurer 

SOL I. COURTMAN Vice-President ROBERT GOODMAN Ass't. Sec. 

YALE CITRIN Secretary IVAN ALTMAN Sergeant-at-Arms 



MEMBERS 



Philip Astor 
Ivan Altman 
Herbert Bloom 
David Caul 
Yale Citrin 
hlerman R. Cohen 



Sol I. Courtman 
David Feigenbaum 
Averam Finger 
Bert Click 
Robert Goodman 
David Katz 



Phi Lambda Kappa was founded on the campus of the 
University of Pennsylvania in 1909 by a group of 14 men. 
Since that historic date, the fraternity has grown rapidly. 
Chapters are active at forty of the nation's medical 
schools. The reasons for this marked ispread are obvious 
if one could just examine the Preamble to the National 
Constitution. This states that the aims of Phi Lambda 
Kappa are to foster and maintain in the medical pro- 



Alvin Lassen 
Alan Lipton 
Maxwell Littman 
Max Pallet 
Lewis 1. Post 
Morton Rachelson 



Irving L. Rosen 
Seymour Rosenwasser 
Gerald Sandler 
Murray Schechter 
Gilbert Vi/alker 
Samuel V^itten 



fession a spirit of fraternalism and of mutual aid and 
moral support, to promote and advance the concepts of 
the medical sciences, to inistil! and maintain in the hearts 
of our Praters a love for and a loyalty to their Alma 
Mater and its ideals, and to inculcate such Ideals as will 
result in actions worthy of the highest precepts of human 
endeavor. Psi chapter came to Tulane's campus in 1925. 




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MEMBERS 



Beniamin BashinskI 
Sherman Lee Bruckner 
Maurice Claman 



Lawrence Gomberg 
Charles Kahn 
Samuel L. Lleber 



Phi Delta Epsilon medical fraternity was founded at 
Cornell University in 1904. Alpha lota chapter appeared 
on Tulane's campus in 1918. The main activities of the 
year centered around monthly lectures, Panhellenic ac- 
tivities, Saturday night parties, and picnics. Dr. Jules 
Davidson, distinguished alumnus, was elected Grand Con- 
sul of the National Fraternity. The fraternity was led this 



Zelig Lieberman 
Berirand Myers 
Gerald Posner 



Floyd Roos 
James Satt 
Coleman Schneider 



year by Zelig Leiberman, president; Gerald Posner, vice- 
president; Lee Bruckner, secretary-treasurer. Jame.s Saft 
and Zelig Lieberman were Panhellenic representatives. 
In campus activities Zelig Lieberman was elected presi- 
dent of the Owl Club for the coming year; James Saft 
served as vice-president of the Med School Pan fHellenic; 
and Gerald Posner was treasurer of the sophomore class. 




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D p I Q \^ O MERLIN J. AUZINE, Commerce Graduate School; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Alpha Chi Sigma; 

Greenbackers. • ROBERT FAULK BLAND, Graduate School; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; 
Kappa Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Tau Beta Pi; Who's Who; President, Junior Class, '47; President, 
Senior Class, '48. • THOMAS C. CREAGAN. Graduate; Commerce; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha. 
• RUBIE SAUNDERS CROSBY, Social Work; Roswell, New Mexico; Zeta Tau Alpha. • NEVILLE L. CULL, 
Graduate School; Douglas, Arizona; Alpha Chi Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Beta Kappa; Who's Who; 
President, Graduate School, 1948-1949. • DONALD FELDMAN, Graduate; New Orleans, Louisiana. • ARTHUR 
L. GILMORE, JR., Graduate; Hattiesburg, Mississippi; Zeta Sigma; Student Body, President, 1942-1943; Who's 
Who, Mathematic Club. • FRANK PERRY GOLDMAN, Graduate; Alluvial City, Louisiana; Sociology Club; 
IRC; Phi Sigma lota. • RICHARD H. HAASE, Graduate; Webster Groves, Missouri; Beta Theta Pi. O 
SUZANNE HODGMAN, Graduate; Oak Forest, Illinois. • FLORENCE A. KELLY, Social Work; New Orleans, 
Louisiana: Alpha Chi Omega. © ANDREW L. KERN, Graduate; New Orleans, Louisiana. 



MERLIN J. AUZINE 
ARTHUR L. GILMORE, JR, 



ROBERT F. BLAND 
FRANK P. GOLDMAN 



THOMAS C. CREAGAN 
RICHARD H. HAASE 



RUBIE SAUNDERS CROSBY 
SUZANNE HODGMAN 



NEVILLE L. CULL 
FLORENCE A. KELLY 



DONALD FELDMAN 
ANDREW L. KERN 




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• FANNIE LaVELLE KYKtR, Graduate; Hattiesburg. Mississippi; Zeta Tau Alpha; President, YWCA; Glee Club; 
Operetta; JAMBALAYA; Hullabaloo; Art Club; Dance Club; La Tertulia; Baptist Student Union; Deutciies Vcrein; 
French Club. • JING HO LING, Social Work; Tacoma, Washington. • ALFRED P. MILLS, Graduate School; 
Fallon, Nevada; Theta Chi; Alpha Chi Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa; Who's Who; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Xi; 
Sigma Pi Chi, President. • EDWIN LEE MOWE, JR., Graduate; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Pi. 

• ARTHUR G. NUHRAH, Graduate School; New Orleans, Louisiana. • GEORGE T. PLUNKETT, Graduate; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; Delia Sigma Phi; Secretary-Treasurer, Senior Class, 1947-1948; Beta Gamma Sigma; 
Omicron Delta Kappa; Who's Who, • EDWARD P. RANDOLPH, III, Graduate; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi 
Kappa Alpha; Eta Sigma Phi; President. 1945; Phi Beta Kappa. • ALMA LOUISE SMITH, Social Work; 
Baltimore, Maryland. • BARBARA STEWART, Buffalo, New York; Kappa Alpha Theta. O SARA TWIGGS, 
Social Work; LaGrange, Georgia. • MILTON CONRAD VIGO, Graduate; New Orleans, Louisiana. • DRURY 
WILLIAM WALL, Graduate; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Beta Kappa; Wesley Foundation; Glendy Burke; 
Mathematic Club; Physics Club. 



FANNIE LaVELlE KYKER JING HO LING 

EDWARD P. RANDOLPH, III. ALMA LOUISE SMITH 



ALFRED P. MILLS 
BARBARA STEWART 



EDWIN LEE MOWE, JR. 
SARA TWIGGS 



ARTHUR G. NUHRAH GEORGE T. PLUNKETT 

MILTON CONRAD VIGO DRURY WILLIAM WALL 




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HENRY T. AARDWES. JR. 
SUZANNE ALCUS 



JANET MARIE ABADIE 
ROBERT MITCHUM 



ARTHUR M. ADOLPH 
JOHN W. ANDERSON 



WILIAM E. AICKLEN, JR. 
ERVIN M. ARATA 



MATTHEW ALBERT 
JOAN ARBOUR 



PHILIP E. ALBP.ECHT 
JOHN ARENA 



ABOVE • HENRY THOMAS AARDWEG, JR., Business Administration; Greenville, Mississippi; Pi Kappa Alpha. • 

JANET MARIE ABADIE, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Zeta. • ARTHUR M. ADOLPH, Business 
Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • WILLIAM EDWARD AICKLEN, JR., Engineering; New Orleans; 
American Institute Electrical tngineers. • MATTHEW ALBERT, Arts and Sciences; Hartford, Connecticut; Alpha 
Phi Omega. • PHILIP E. ALBRECHT, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Student 
Body, Vice-President, 1947-1948; Pan Hellenic; Scabbard and Blade. • SUZANNE ALCUS, Newcomb; New Or- 
leans, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi; President, Newcomb Pan Hellenic Council; Student Government Association. 
• ROBERT MITCHUM, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Reefer Club. • JOHN W. ANDERSON, Engi- 
neering; Nashville, Tennessee; Alpha Chi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; American Institute Chemical Engineers; Techi- 
Torque. • ERVIN M. ARATA, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Tutane Architectural Society; American In- 
stitute Architecture. • JOAN ARBOUR, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club; 
Newman Club. • JOHN ARENA, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. 

BELOW • JOHN B. ARLT, JR., Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • WALTER ASCHER, Engineering; 

New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Mechanical Engineers. • JAMES FRANKLIN AYCOCK, Arts and 
Sciences; Hollywood, Florida; Alpha Tau Omega. • CARL THOMAS BABINGTON, Engineering; New Orleans, 
Louisiana; American Society Mechanical Engineers; E.T.A. 



JOHN B. ARLT, JR. 
JAMES F. AYCOCK 



WALTER ASCHER 
CARL T. BABINGTON 



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MILTON E. BAILEY 
JOSEPH W. BALMER, JR. 



ALBERT BALDWIN, JR. 
ROBERT J. BANNON 



• MILTON E. BAILEY, Arts and Sciences; DcRidder, Louisiana. • ALBERT BALDWIN. JR., Business Adnninis- 
tration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • JOSEPH W. BALMER, JR., Arts and Sciences; New 
Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Scabbard and Blade. • ROBERT J. BANNON, Business Administration; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



ABOVE 



• ROY J. BARBIER, Arts and Sciences; Marrero, Louisiana. • LAURENT M. BAROUSSE. JR., Business Adminis- 
tration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega. • LYLE L. BARRE, Engineering; Shreveport. Louisiana; 
Tulane Architectural Society; Alpha Tau Alpha. • A. J. BARTLETT, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana. 

• BENJAMIN BASHINSKI, JR., Arts and Sciences; Macon, Georgia; 2eta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Epsilon. • LEE 
J. BATEMAN, Engineering; New Orleans. Louisiana; Sigma Pi; American Institute Electrical Engineers. • HENRY 
JOSEPH BAYHI, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sig; Newman Club. • PETE BEER. 
Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; A.R.O.T.C; Zeta Beta Tau; Glee Club; "Hullabaloo"; Scabbard 
and Blade; Campus Night; Greenbackers. • WINIFRED BEIER, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma 
Omicron; A Cappella Choir; Operetta. • FRANK A. BELL, JR., Engineering; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Delta 
Tau Delta; Alpha Phi Omega; President. American Society Civil Engineers; Tau Beta Pi. • EMITA PRENTISS 
BENEDICT. Newcomb; New Orleans. Louisiana; Chi Omega. • FRED E. BENNEYT, JR., Arts and Sciences; 
Monroe, Louisiana; Alpha Chi Sigma. 



BELOW 



ROY J. BARBIER LAURENT M. BAROUSSE, JR. A. J. BARTLETT LYLE L. BARRE BENJAMIN BASHINSKI, JR. 

HENRY J. BAYHI PETE BEER WINIFRED BEIER FRANK A. BELL, JR. EMITA P. BENEDICT 



LEE J. BATEMAN 
FRED E. BENNETT, JR. 





KATHERINE L. BERNARD 
WILLIAM B, BIZZELL, II. 



SHIRLEY BERSADSKY 
E. BEVERLY BLANE 



DONALD J. BERTUCCI 
LEONE BLOCK 



STERLING B. BIGNER 
BARBARA JO BLUM 



ARMANDE BILLION 
BETH BOHNSTORFF 



JOSEPH A. BIRDSALL. JR. 
ROBERT N. BOSE 



ABOVE 



• KATHERINE LUCILE BERNARD, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; A Cappella Choir; Festi- 
val Choir; Opera; Operetta; Dance Club; Newman Club; Big Sister. • SHIRLEY BERSADSKY, Newcomb; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A Cappella Choir; Festival Choir; Glee Club; Opera; Operetta; Hillel; 
Forum; International Relations Club. • DONALD J. BERTUCCI, Arts and Sciences; Memphis, Tennessee; Deutches 
Verein. • STERLING BURTON BIGNER, Arts and Sciences; Shreveport. Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta. • AR- 
MANDE BILLION, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; La Tertuila. • JOSEPH A. BIRDSALL. JR., 
Business Administration; Lockport, Louisiana. • WILLIAM B. BIZZELL II, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, 
Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; A Cappella Choir; Opera; Operetta. • E. BEVERLY BLANE, Newcomb; New Orleans. 
Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; La Tertulia; Wesley; Tennis Club. • LEONE BLOCK, Newcomb; Thibodaux. 
Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • BARBARA JO BLUM, Newcomb; Donnaldsonville, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi; 
Pan Hellenic; Greenbackers; JAt<(BALAYA. • BETH BOHNSTORFF, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Baptist 
Student Union; University Theatre. • ROBERT N, BOSE, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Unit Manager, 
Senior Class; American Society Mechanical Engineers; Newman Club. 



BELOW 



• ROBERT LEE BOSWELL, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta. • EDWAKU A. rt. 
BOTHE, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana; Gamma Delta. • BENJAMIN D. BOURGEOIS. JR., 
Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • VIRGINIA PRICE BOWEN, Newcomb; Atlanta. Georgia; Chi 
Omicron. 



ROBERT LEE BOSWELL 
BENJAMIN BOURGEOIS, JR. 



EDWARD A. R. BOTHE 
VIRGINIA P. BOWEN 



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EARL A. BREAUX 
E. J. BRINKMANN 



WARREN E. BRENNEN 
L. MAYO BRODIE 



• EARL A. BREAUX, Business Administration; Mathews. Louisiana; Glee Club; Operetta. • WARREN 
EDWARD BRENNEN, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma. • E. J. BRINKMANN, 
Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Civil Engineers. • L. MAYO BRODIE, Business Adminis- 
tration; Boston, Massacfiusetts; Ptii Delta Theta. 

• PAUL W. BROSMAN, JR., Arts and Sciences; N.R.O.T.C; Sigma Ctii; Taffrail; Pan Hellenic. • CHARLES 
H. BROWN. Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • LOYCE VICTORIA BROWNSON, Newcomb; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; Y.W.C.A.; Newman Club. • ROBERT S. BRUSH, Engineering; Ponca City. Oklalioma; 
Sigma Chi; American Society Mechanical Engineers. • ROBERT H. BRYSON, Business Administration; Port 
Neches. Texas; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • EDWIN PHILIP BULTMAN, JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. 
Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Baptist Student Union; Interfaith Council. • THOMAS M. BURKE. Engineering; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Civil Engineers. • WILLIAM H. BUTTS, Engineering; Yakima. Wash- 
ington. • NANETTE CAFFERY, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Festival Choir; Glee Club; Art 
Club. • ROBERT F. CAHN, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau. • JULIAN C. 
CAMPBELL. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; A Cappella Choir; Glee Club; Opera; 
Operetta. • RAYMOND LEE CARMEDELLE. Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Newman Club. 



ABOVE 



BELOW 



PAUL W. BROSMAN. JR. CHARLES H. BROWN LOYCE V. BROWNSON 

THOMAS M. BURKE WILLIAM H. BUTTS NANETTE CAFFERY 



ROBERT S. BRUSH 
ROBERT F. CAHN 





ROBERT H. BRYSON EDWIN P. BULTMAN. JR. 

JULIAN C. CAMPBELL RALMOND L. CARMEDELLE 






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LORELEI G. CARROLL 
DOROTHEA PATRICIA CASSO 



JAMES D. CART 
FRANK A CHALAIRE 



JANICE CARTER 
JOHN T. CHAMBERS 



CONSTANCE CARTER 
FRANK PAUL CICERELLO 



MARY KATHLEEN CARTER 
ACHILLE E, CLARK, JR. 



HENRY G. CASSERLEIGH, JR. 
HAROLD M. CLEMENT 



ABOVE ° LORELEI G. CARROLL. Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Dance Club; Deutches Verein; Mathamatics 

Club; Student Affiliate: of American Chemical Society. • JAMES D. CART, Business Administration; Bradley. 
Illinois. • JANICE CARTER, Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Dance Club. • CONSTANCE CARTER. Newcomb. 
Biloxi. Mississippi; Zcta Tau Alpha. A Cappella Choir; Glee Club; Opera; Operetta; Newman Club; Pan 
Hellenic. • MARY KATHLEEN CARTER. Newcomb; New Orleans. Louisiana. • HENRY GEORGE CASSER- 
LEIGH JR.. Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana. • DOROTHEA PATRICIA CASSO, Newcomb; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; Y.W.C.A. • FRANK A. CHALAIRE III. Pre Medical; St. Bernard, Louisiana; Theta 
Kappa Psi; Newman Club; Deutches Verein. • JOHN T. CHAMBERS. Engineering; Sigma Chi; New Orleans. 
Louisiana; American Society of Chemical Engineers. • FRANK PAUL CICERELLO. Business Arministration; 
Bradford, Pennsylvania. • ACHILLE E. CLARK. JR., Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. 
• HAROLD M. CLEMENT, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana. 



BELOW 



• MARVIN A. CLEMENT. Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • BARBARA LEE COHEN, 
Newcomb; Lynchburg, Virginia. • VIRGINIA WITHERS COLEBECK. Newcomb; Greensboro, Alabama; Newcomb 
Athletic Association; Who's Who; Dormitory Council; Honor Board; Forum. • JOHN A. COLLINS, Arts and 
Sciences; Carteret, New Jersey; Glee Club; Newman Club. 



MARVIN A. CLEMENT 
VIRGINIA W. COLEBECK 



BARBARA LEE COHEN 
JOHN A. COLLINS 



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CHARLES L. COLOMB, JR. 
NORMAN C. COOK 



CLAIR COOK 
DUDLEY L. CORBIN. JR. 



• CHARLES L. COLOMB. JR., Business Administrative; New Orleans, Louisiana. • CLAIR COOK, Newcomb; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu. • NORMAN C. COOK, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American 
Society Mechanical Engineers. • DUDLEY L. CORBIN, JR., Business Administrative; Phi Kappa Alpha. 

• BETTY CORNMAN, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Beta Beta; Hillel; Intercollegiate Zionist Federa- 
tion of America. • HAROLD J. COUNCE, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana. • JOHN H. 
COUNCE II, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Pre-Med Society. • CY DAVID FRAN- 
CIS COURTNEY, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; Glee Club; Publications Board; 
Deutches Verein; University Student Council; T.U.S.K.; Honor Board. • RONALD B. COWART. Engineering; 
Wauchula. Florida; Kappa Sigma; American Society Mechanical Engineers. • A. ROGERS COX, Engineering; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; American Society Civil Engineers; E.T.A. • WILLIAM EARL 
CROCHET, JR.. Engineering; New Orleans. Louisiana; American Society Mechanical Engineers. • PRUL R. 
CROUCH, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Mechanical Engineers. • DOMINIK L, 
CUCCIA. Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana. • OLIVE S. CUMMIS, Arts and Sciences; Maple- 
wood. New Jersey; Kappa Nu; JAMBALAYA; Hillel; International Relations Club; T.U.S.K.; Vice-President Senior 
Class. • FRANK J. DALIA. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Newman Club; American Society Civil 
Engineers. • HAROLD J. DALIO, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute Electrical Engineers. 



ABOVE 



BELOW 



BETTY CORNMAN 
WILLIAM E. CROCHET, JR. 



HAROLD J. COUNCE 
PRUL R. CROUCH 



JOHN H. COUNCE II 
DOMINIK L. CUCCIA 



CY DAVID F. COURTNEY 
OLIVE S. CUMMIS 



RONALD B. COWART 
FRANK J. DALIA 



A. ROGERS COX 
HAROLD J. DALIO 




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EVERETT DANE 
EMILE DE ARMAS 



COLDWELL DANIEL Ml 
LLOYD B. DE LUCA 



EUGENE W. DAUTERIVE 
AUGUSTUS HENRY DENIS 



CARRUTHER J. DAVIS, JR. 
PAUL MARTIN DESBON, JR. 



RICHARD M. DAVIS, JR. 
ALFRED J. DIAMOND 



WILLIAM B. DEARMAN, JR. 
LEONARD DIAMOND 



ABOVE • EVERETT DANE, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi; "Hullabaloo." • COLDWELL 

DANIEL III, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sig. O EUGENE W. DAUTERIVE, Arts 
and Sciences; New Iberia, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega. • CARRUTHER J. DAVIS, JR., Arts and Sciences; 
Terry, Mississippi; Delta Sig; Baptist Student Union. © RICHARD M. DAVIS, JR., Business Adminisfration; 
Bastrop. Louisiana. • WILLIAM B. DEARMAN, JR., Arts and Sciences; Purvis, Mississippi; Beta Theta Pi. 
• EMILE DE ARMAS, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Who's Who; E.T.A.; President, American Institute 
of Architecture; Gargoyle. • LLOYD B. DE LUCA, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. • AUGUSTUS 
HENRY DENIS, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • PAUL MARTIN DES- 
BON, JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Theta Nu. • ALFRED J. DIAMOND, 
Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Chemical Engineers. © LEONARD DIAMOND, Arts and 
Sciences; Brooklyn, New York; Kappa Nu; Hillel; T.U.5.K. 

BELOW • LEE S. DICKERSON, Business Administration; Fort Worth, Texas; Sigma Chi. • CATHERINE DICKS, New- 

comb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Operetta; Baptist Student Union. O JOHN CASPER 
DODT III, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; President. Newman Club. • NOEL DONOVAN. 
Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Chi Omega; A Cappella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; Dance Club; Newman 
Club. 



LEE S. DICKERSON 
JOHN CASPER DODT III 



CATHERINE DICKS 
NOEL DONOVAN 



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AUGUST H. DOUGLAS, JR. 
JACK L. DOWNING 



ROBERT L. DOUGLAS 
ERNEST WILLIAM DRACKEH 



• AUGUST H. DOUGLAS. JR., Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; American Society Mechan- 
ical Engineers. • ROBERT LIVINGSTON DOUGLAS, Business Adnainistration; St. Petersburg. Florida; Pi Kappa 
Alpha; President, Senior Class; Vice-President, Commerce Student Body; N.R.O.T.C.; Rifle Team; Scabbard and 
Blade. • JACK L. DOWNING. Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana. • ERNEST WILLIAM 
DRACKETT, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma. 



ABOVE 



• SEYMOUR J. DREYFUS, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; American Institute Electrical 
Engineers. • BROOK H. DUNCAN II, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; President, 
Freshman Class. • DAVIS TSZ-CHEE DUNN. Business Administration; Shanghai. China, e O. A. EASTERLING, 
JR., Arts and Sciences; Monroe. Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • ETHEL L. EATON, Newcomb; New Orleans, 
Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; President, Y.W.C.A.; Pan Hellenic; Math Club. O CLINTON W. EFFINGER III. 
Arts and Sciences; Palm Beach, Florida; R.O.T.C; Band; Dance Orchestra; "Hullabaloo"; Wesley Foundation; 
Radio; Scabbard and Blade; Sociology Club; International Relations Club; T.U.S.K. • JOHN W. ELDER, En- 
gineering; Birmingham, Alabama; Alpha Tau Omega; American Institute Electrical Engineers; E.T A,; Pan-Hellenic. 

• GEORGE BENNETT ELLIOTT, JR., Business Administration; Pikeville, Kentucky. • LYMAN L. ELLZEY, Engi- 
neering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Civil Engineers; E.T. A. • SARA EUSTIS, Newcomb; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • WILLIAM J. EVANS. Arts and Sciences; Alexandria, Louis- 
iana. • GEORGE CLARK EYRICK, Business Administration; Natchez, Mississippi. 



BELOW 



SEYMOUR J. DREYFUS BROK H. DUNCAN II DAVIS TSZ-CHEE DUNN 

JOHN W. ELDER GEORGE B. ELLIOTT, JR. LYMAN L. ELLZEY 



O. A. EASTERLING, JR. 
SARA EUSTIS 



ETHEL L. EATON 
WILLIAM J. EVANS 



CLINTON W. EFFINGER Ml 
GEORGE CLARK EYRICK 





OWEN FRANCIS FALCON 
CHARLES FRANK FEE, JR. 



BERND FALK 
MRYNA FEINBERG 



WILLIAM FOSTER FANT 
AVRAM FINGER 



STUART D. FARBER 
GEORGIA SEAGO FISCHER 



ISAAC STAMPS FARRAR, JR. 
DOROTHY S. FISHER 



KATHRYN M. FAVROT 
E. HARDING FLAIR 



ABOVE • OWEN FRANCIS FALCON, Arts and Sciences; Norco, Louisiana. • BERND FALK, Engineering; New Or- 

leans, Louisiana; American Institute Electrical Engineers; Radio Club. • WILLIAM FOSTER FANT, Arts and 
Sciences: New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; T.U.S.K. • STUART D. FARBER, Arts and Sciences; San 
Antonio, Texas; Kappa Nu; Hillel; Interfaith Council; Campus Night; Physics Club. • ISAAC STAMPS FARRAR, 
JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • KATHRYN M. FAVROT, Newcomb; New Or- 
leans, Louisiana; Chi Omega. • CHARLES FRANK FEE, JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; 
Gamma Epsilon Omega. • MRYNA FEINBERG, Newcomb; Dallas, Texas; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Dormitory Council; 
Honor Board; La Tertulla. • AVRAM FINGER, Arts and Sciences; New York, New York; Phi Lambda Kappa. 

• GEORGIA SEAGO FISCHER, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Greenbackers. 

• DOROTHY SAMUELSON FISHER, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana. • E. HARDING FLAIR, Engineering; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; E.T.A.; Tulane Architectural Society; American Institute Architecture. 

BELOW • CHARLES STOCKER FONTELIEU, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; A.R.O.T.C: Delta Kappa Ep- 

silon; Vice-President, Arts and Sciences Student Body; Scabbard and Blade; Radio Workshop; National Collegiate 
Players President; Cinema Guild. • DONALD L. FORTIER, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Football. 

• ALLDEN ROY FREDERICKSON, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Civil Engineers. 

• CORA FREEMAN, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu. 



CHARLES S. FONTELIEU 
ALLDEN ROY FREDERICKSON 



DONALD L. FORTIER 
CORAL FREEMAN 



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EDWARD R. FREITAS 
RAYFIELD S. FROEBA, JR. 



SIDNEY FRIEDMAN 
RUTH MADELINE FRY 



• EDWARD R. FREITAS, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Physics Club. • SIDNEY FRIEDMAN, 
Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. • RAYFIELD S. FROEBA, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sig; 
Intramural Council. • RUTH MADELINE FRY, Newcomb; Lake Charles, Louisiana. 

• HOWARD OLIN GAFFORD, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • WALTER JOSEPH SAGNET, 
JR., Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta; American Society Mechanical Engineering; E.T.A. 

• MARGUERITE HARRELL GALLOWAY, Newcomb; Mobile, Alabama; Alpha Delta Pi. • LYLE J. GARITTY. 
JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Band. • GARLAND E. GARNER, Arts and Sciences; 
Bogalusa, Louisiana; A.C S. • LIN CEO GEE, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute Electrical 
Engineering. • TOM GILLEN, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Wesley Foundation; Sociology Club; 
Psychology Club. • CARLOTTA J. SILLIS, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Honor Board; 
Assets; Student Government; Canterbury Club. • FRANK J. GIHRINTANO. JR., Business Administration; New 
Orleans, Louisiana. • MOISE H. GOLDSTEIN, JR., Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American institute 
Electrical Engineering. • JOHN W. GOODWYN, Engineering; Saginaw, Michigan; American Society Mechanical 
Engineers. • WILLIAM B. GORDON, Arts and Sciences; Liberty, Mississippi. 



ABOVE 



BELOW 



HOWARD OLIN GAFFORD WALTER J. GAGNET, JR. MARGUERITE H. GALLOWAY LYLE J. GARITTY, JR. GARLAND E. GARNER 

TOM GILLEN CARLOTTA J. GILLIS FRANK J. GIHRINSTANO, JR. MOISE H. GOLDSTEIN, JR. JOHN W. GOODWYN 



LIN CEO GEE 
WILLIAM B. GORDON 








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THEODORE N. GOREAU 
MARIE LEMORE GREHAN 



ANGELO V. SRACI, JR. 
BETSY LUDLOW GRIFFIN 



HENRY E. GRAHAM, III 
ALBERT C. GUILLOT 



JOAN GLYMER GRAHAN 
RICHARD I. HADDEN 



THOMAS Z. GREEN 
HENRY J. HAFFNER, JR. 



WILLIAM J. GREEN 
HENRY L. HAMMEn. JR. 



ABOVE • THEODORE NELSON GOREAU, Arts and Sciences; Memphis, Tennessee; A.C.S. • ANGELO VINCENT GRACI. 

JR., Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; A.C.S.; Tau Beta Pi; Newman Club; American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers. • HENRY EUGENE GRAHAM, III, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana. • JOAN 
GLYMER GRATTAN, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Festival Choir; Y.W.C.A.; Math Club; Student Affiliates 
of American Chemical Society. • THOMAS Z. GREEN, Engineering; Crawfordsville. Indiana; Sigma Chi; 
American Society Mechanical Engineers; Engineer's Technological Atelier; Greenbackers; Lagnlappes. • WIL- 
LIAM J. GREEN, Engineering; Shamrock, Texas; Kappa Sigma; American Society Mechanical Engineers; Engineer's 
Technological Atelier. • MARIE LEMORE GREHAN, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Glee 
Club; Operetta; Newman Club. • BETSY LUDLOW GRIFFIN, Newcomb; New York. New York; Pi Beta Phi. 
• ALBERT C. GUILLOT, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi. a RICHARD I. 
HADDEN, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • HENRY J. HAFFNER, JR., Busi- 
ness Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • HENRY L. HAMMETT, JR., Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; 
Sigma Chi; American Institute Electrical Engineers. 

BELOW • JOHN P. HAMMOND, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha. • WERMUND EMANUEL 

SCHROEDER HANSON. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Chemical Engineers; Engineer's 
Technological Atelier. • PHIL HARRIS, Business Administration; Jackson, Mississippi. • PHILIP HARSHAM. 
Arts and Sciences; Carter. Kentucky; Theta Nu; Who's Who; "Hullabaloo"; Publication's Board; Wave; Gamma 
Delta; Radio Workshop. 



JOHN P. HAMMOND 
PHIL HARRIS 



WERMUND E. S. HANSON 
PHILIP HARSHAM 



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SHIRA K. HARTLEY, JR. 
HANK HATTY 



EMILE C. HATTIER 
DENNIS JOHN HAYES. JR. 



• SHIRA KANAR HARTLEY, JR., Arts and Sciences; Hazlchurst, Mississippi; Pi Kappa Alpha, • EMILE C. 
HATTIER, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute Electrical Engineers. • HANK HATTY, Arts 
and Sciences; Lafitte, Louisiana. • DENNIS JOHN HAYES, JR., Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American 
Society Mechanical Engineers. 



ABOVE 



• MAGRUDER GOLDMAN HAYS, Engineering; Waterproof, Louisiana; Alpha Thcta Omicron; American Institute 
Electrical Engineers. • MANUEL A. HEAD, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Tau Beta Pi; American In- 
stitute Electrical Engineers. • JOAN V. HEANEY, Business Administration; Alpha Omicron Pi. • ROBERT 
FRANKLIN HEMPERLEY, Arts and Sciences; Shreveport, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma. • ELIZABETH SUE HENDER- 
SON, Newcomb; Hattiesburg, Mississippi. • LAWRENCE HENNESSEY, JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, 
Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Publications Board. • JULIAN N. HENRIQUES, Arts and Sciences; Pensacola, Florida; 
Zeta Beta Tau; JAMBALAYA; "Hullabaloo". • DOC HERRMANN, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; 
Sigma Chi. • STANFORD P. HERRON. Arts and Sciences; Stamford, Connecticut; Band; Student Affiliates of 
American Chemical Society. • MARGARET ANNE HEYER, Newcomb; Chattanooga, Tennessee; Chi Omega. 

• JOHN V. HIDALGO, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. • ROGER T. HELDENBRAND, Business 
Administration; Brooldyn, New York. 



BELOW 



MAGRUDER G. HAYES 
JULIAN N. HENRIQUES 



MANUEL A. HEAD JOAN V. HEANEY 

DOC HERRMANN STANFORD P. HERRON 



ROBERT F. HEMPERLEY 
MARGARET ANNE HEYER 



ELIZABETH S. HENDERSON LAWRENCE HENNESSEY, JR. 

JOHN V. HIDALGO ROGER T. HELDENBRAND 





JAMES WAYNE HILL 
BARBARA JO HOLMES 



WILLIAM EUGENE HILLER 
ANDRES H. HORCASITAS 



EDWIN J. HIMEL 
JAMES W. HOLMES 



EDWARD JOSEPH HODGE 
BARBARA E. HOWELL 



JULIUS W. HOHENSTEIN 
ROBERT LEE HUBER 



PIERRE E. HOLLOWAY 
LELAND R. HUGHLEH 



ABOVE 



BELOW 



• JAMES WAYNE HILL, Business Administration; Indianola, Mississippi. • WILLIAM EUGENE HILLER, Arts 
and Sciences; Dallas, Texas; Phi Kappa Sigma. # EDWIN J. HIMEL. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; 
American Institute Electrical Engineers. • EDWARD JOSEPH HODGE, Business Administration; Irvington, New 
Jersey; Alpha Tau Omega. • JULIUS W. HOHENSTEIN, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma 
Chi. • PIERRE E. HOLLOWAY, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; American Institute of 
Chemical Engineers; Engineer's Technological Atelier. • BARBARA JO HOLMES, Newcomb; Gulfport. 
Mississippi. • JAMES W. HOLMES. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Deutches 
Verein. • ANDRES H. HORCASITAS, JR.. Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana; Newman Club. 

• BARBARA E. HOWELL, Newcomb; New Orleans. Louisiana; Camera Club. • ROBERT LEE HUBER, Arts and 
Sciences; Aurora, Illinois; President Sophomore Class 1947; American Veterans Committee. • LELAND R. 
HUGHLETT. Arts and Sciences; Tampa, Florida; Alpha Tau Omega. 

• NORWOOD F. HYMEL. Engineering; New Orleans. Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta. • P. CHOBY IMPASTATO, 
Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana; PI Kappa Alpha, Newman Club. • MARJORIE ISAACSON, 
Newcomb; New Orleans. Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Radio Club; University Theatre. • SHIRLEY ISKIWITCH, 
Newcomb; Memphis. Tennessee; Dance Club. 



NORWOOD F. HYMEL 
MARJORIE ISAACSON 



P. CHOBY IMPASTATO 
SHIRLEY ISKIWITCH 



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JOHN B. JAMESON, JR. 
DOROTHY JEAN JENNINGS 



SHEPARD GIRAULT JANE 
PAUL E. T. JENSEN 



• JOHN B. JAMESON. JR.. Medicine; Camden, Arkansas; Phi Kappa Sigma; Nu Sigma Nu; Phi Beta Kappa. 

• SHEPARD GIRAULT JANE, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta; Canterbury Club; 
Pan-Hellenic Council. • DOROTHY JEAN JENNINGS, Newcomb; Lubbock. Texas; Delta Zeta. • PAUL E. T. 
JENSEN. Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Baptist Student Union. 



ABOVE 



• BONNIE EUGENE JOHNSON, Engineering; New Orleans. Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsllon; American Institute 
Electrical EnglneGrlng. • TRACEY CARLISLE JOHNSON, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. • ANNA 
FRANCES JONES. Newcomb; Dyersburg. Tennessee; Zeta Tau Alpha; La Ter+ulia. • MARY ELAINE JONES, 
Newcomb; Nashville, Tennessee; Chi Omega; Treasurer of Senior Class, Corresponding Secretary of the Student 
Body. 1948; Beta Beta Beta; Who's Who; Dormitory Council. • RICHARD G. JONES, Business Administration; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; President Engineering Class 1745; JAMBALAYA. • SARGENT F. 
JONES. II, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega; Physics Club. • PEGGY JORDAN, 
Newcomb; Chattanooga. Tennessee; Kappa Alpha Theta; French Club; Greenbackers. • NICOLAS E. JOYNER, 
JR., Business Administration; Minden, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega. • ALLEN JUMEL, Business Administration; 
New Orleans. Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha. • LOUIS WALTER JUMONVILLE. JR.. Arts and Sciences; Napoleon- 
ville, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • MELVIN KAHN, Arts and Sciences. Brooklyn. New York; Hillel Foundation. 

• ROYCE P. KAUPP, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana; Kappa Sigma. 



BELOW 



BONNIE EUGENE JOHNSON TRACEY CARLISLE JOHNSON ANNA FRANCES JONES MARY ELAINE JONES RICHARD G. JONES 

PEGGY JORDAN NICOLAS E. JOYNER, JR. ALLEN JUMEL LOUIS W. JUMONVILLE. JR. MELVIN KAHN 



SARGENT F. JONES. I 
ROYCE P. KAUPP 





WILLIAM J. KELLER, JR. 
JEAN L. KINCANNON 



WINIFRED M. KELLY 
R. RICHARDSON KINS 



JAMES J. KENNEDY 
DAN KIRSCHENHEUTER, JR. 



JANEY KERLIN 
MARION PATRICIA KISBER 



HANSEL OLIVER KINCAID 
STANLEY C. KOTTEMAN 



LEROY H. KING 
V. LECLERE KRENTEL 



ABOVE * WILLIAM J. KELLER, JR.. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Pan-Hellenic Council; Green- 

backers; Physics Club. • WINIFRED M. KELLY. Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Pan-Hellenic 
Council; Newman Club. • JAMES J. KENNEDY, Engineering; New Orleans. Louisiana. • JANEY KERLIN. 
Newcomb; Shreveporf, Louisiana; Chi Omega; Sociology Club. • HANSEL OLIVER KINCAID. Business Admin- 
istration; Jacksonville, Florida; Baptist Student Union. • JEAN L. KINCANNON. Business Administration; Lake 
Charles. Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta. • LEROY H. KING, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana. 
• R. RICHARDSON KINS, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; A.R.O.T.C; Beta Theta PI; Scabbard & 
Blade. • DAN KIRSCHENHEUTER, JR.. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Vice- 
President Freshman Law, '48; Football letter. 1943; Honor Board. 48-49. • MARION PATRICIA KISBER, Newcomb; 
Jackson. Tennessee; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Operetta; Dormitory Council. • STANLEY C. KOTTEMAN, Arts and 
Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi.* President Sophomore Class, '47. • J. V. LECLERE KRENTEL. 
Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana; Newman Club. 

B E L O W * SEGUNDO LYNCKER LABAYEN. JR.. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Mechanical 

Engineers. • DON LAGARDE. JR., Engineering; New Orleans. Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Junior Class Vice-Presi- 
dent. ■47-'48; American Society Mechanical Engineers; Engineer's Technological Atelier; Newman Club; Pan-Hellenic 
Council. • BETTY JACKSON LAMAR. Newcomb; Birmingham, Alabama; Alpha Omicron PI. • E. N. 
LAMBREMONT, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Telta; Alpha Phi Sigma; Festival Choir; 
Pan-Hellenic Council; T.U.S.K. 



SEGUNDO L. LABAYEN. JR. 
BEHY JACKSON LAMAR 



DON LASARDE, JR. 
E. N. LAMBREMONT 



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ALTON ALPHONSE LANDRY 
JOSEPH C, LANDWEHR 



KENNETH CHARLES LANDRY 
BERTHA DIANA LANGER 



• ALTON ALPHONSE LANDRY, Engineering; New Orleans. Louisiana; Alpha Chi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Who's 
Who; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engineer's Technological Atelier; Newman Club. • KENNETH 
CHARLES LANDRY. Engineering; Baton Rouge. Louisiana; Alpha Phi Omega; Gargoyle; A. I. A.; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Tulane Architectural Society; Newman Club. • JOSEPH CLARKSON LANDWEHR, Engineering; New Orleans, 
Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Alpha Chi Sigma; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engineer's Technological 
Atelier. • BERTHA DIANA LANGER, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Hillel Foundation. 



• LEOPOLD MARSHALL LAPOUTSE, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • JOHN FURNISS 
LAUR. Arts and Sciences; Fairfield, Connecticut; Band. • WILLIAM O. LAVIN. Business Administration; 
Hutchinson, Minnesota; Junior Class Pressident '48. • J. HOLLIS LAWRENCE, Business Administration; Mansfield, 
Georgia. • CHARLES H. LAY. Arts and Sciences; Del Rio. Texas. • MARC LAZARO. JR.. Business Administra- 
tion; New Orleans, Louisiana; T. Club. • WILLIAM J. LEAHEY, Arts and Sciences; Renss, New York. • CLYDE 
J. H. LE BLANC. Engineering; New Orleans. Louisiana: Sigma Alpha Epsilon; American Society Civil Engineers. 

• DONALD EARL LE BRUM. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute Electrical Engineers. 

• LOTTIE LOUISE LEE. Newcomb; Tallulah, Louisiana; Alpha Delta Pi; Canterbury Club; Greenbackcrs; Theatre. 

• JOHN DUBOSE LELONG, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • HENRY F. 
LE MIEUX, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Secretary Senior Class. American Society 
Civil Engineers; Engineer's Technological Atelier; Tau Beta Pi. 



ABOVE 



BELOW 



LEOPOLD M. LAPOUTGE 
WILLIAM J. LEAHEY 



JOHN FURNISS LAUR 
CLYDE J. H. LE BLANC 



WILLIAM O. LAVIN 
DONALD EARL LE BRUM 



J. HOLLIS LAWRENCE 
LOTTIE LOUISE LEE 



CHARLES H. LAY MARC LAZARO, JR. 

JOHN DUBOSE LELONG HENRY F. LE MIEUX 




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MARIE LOUISE LEVY 
RALPH H. LOEWENTHAL 



WINSTON CARRINGTON LILL 
JOHN BYRON LOGAN 



IRVING A. LIND6ERG, JR. 
CRAWFORD W. LONG 



AUTRY PAUL LINDSEY 
WILLIAM C. LONG 



JOHN G. 
ROBERT A. 



LIPPS. JR. 
LONGMIRE 



NANCY LOCKWOOD 
MARGARET LYONS 



ABOVE • ""^ARIE LOUISE LEVY. Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • WINSTON CARRINGTON 

LILL. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • IRVING AUGUSTUS LINDBERG. JR., Engi- 
neering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Mechanical Engineering. • AUTRY PAUL LINDSEY, Business 
Administration; Jackson, Mississippi. • JOHN G. LIPPS, JR.. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Chi 
Sigma; American Institute of Chemical Engineering. • NANCY LOCKWOOD, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louis- 
iana; Alpha Delta Pi; Art Club. • RALPH H. LOEWENTHAL. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; 
Army R.O.T.C. • JOHN BYRON LOGAN, Arts and Sciences; Lafayette, Louisiana. • CRAWFORD WILLIAM- 
SON LONG, Arts and Sciences; Jacksonville, Florida; Pi Kappa Alpha. • WILLIAM C. LONG, Law; Thibodaux, 
Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Band; JAMBALAYA; "Hullabaloo"; Canterbury Club; Greenbackers; International 
Relations Club. • ROBERT A. LONGMIRE. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Omicron Delta Kappa; Tau 
Beta Pi; Who's Who; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engineer's Technological Atelier; Techi-Torque; 
Newman Club; Math Club; Student Affiliates of American Chemical Society. • MARGARET LYONS, Newcomb; 
Jackson, Mississippi; Pi Beta Phi. 

BELOW • ANNE McASKILL, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Westminster Fellowship; T.U.S.K. • ROBERT 

W. McCANN. Business Administration; Shreveport, Louisiana. • PATRICK E. WcCAULEY, Arts and Sciences; 

New Orleans. Louisiana; Theta Nu; "Hullabaloo." • LAURA McCLANAHAN, Newcomb; Columbus, Mississippi; 
Phi Mu; Y.W.C.A.; Baptist Student Union; English Club. 



ANNE McASKILL 
PATRICK E. McCAULEY 



ROBERT W. McCANN 
LAURA McCLANAHAN 





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JAMES WATT McCRARY. JR. 



LEMUEL W. McCOY 
MARIAN McCUTCHON 



• CHARLENE WOOD McCORKLE. Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Pan-Hellenic Council; 
Canterbury Club; Young Republican; College Branch of League of Women's Voters. • LEMUEL W. McCOY, 
Engineering; Rayville, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Engineer's Technological Atelier; Tulane Architectural So- 
ciety; A.I.A. • JAMES WATT McCRARY, JR., Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha 
Chi Sigma; American Institute of Chemical Engineers. • MARIAN McCUTCHON, Newcomb; New Orleans. 
Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

• STANLEY McDERMOTT. JR.. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Class Manager; Law 
Freshman; Baseball. • JEROLD S. MclNTOSH, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; 
Kappa Delta Phi; Westminster Fellowship; Intramural Council; Pan-Hellenic Council; Sreenbackers. • WALTER 
W. McKERNAN. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Newman Club; Radio Club; Math Club. • LLOYD A. 
Mclaughlin, jr.. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Vice-President Junior Class, 
48; Alpha Phi Omega; Newman Club; T.U.SK. • NORMAN W. McLEOD, Business Administration; New Orleans, 
Louisiana. • FRANK V. McMILLEN. II, Engineering; Columbia, Tennessee; Phi Kappa Sigma; American Society 
Mechanical Engineers. • VIRGINIA MARY MACAGNONI. Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Glee Club; Art 
Club; Newman Club. • DEAN MAGNES5. Newcomb; McMinnville, Tennessee; Kappa Alpha Thcta. • CHRIS- 
TINE MAGRUDER, Newcomb; Jackson. Mississippi; Chi Omega. • JOHN L. MAHONY, Business Administration; 
New Orleans, Louisiana. • MONA A. MAILHES, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Newman Club. 

• JEROME S. MALINER, Arts and Sciences; Brooklyn, New York; Glee Club; Hillel. 



ABOVE 



BELOW 



STANLEY McDERMOTT, JR. 
VIRGINIA M. MACAGNONI 



JEROLD S. MclNTOSH 
DEAN MAGNESS 



WALTER W.: McKERNAN 
CHRISTINE MAGRUDER 



LLOYD A. Mclaughlin, 

JOHN L, MAHONY 



NORMAN W. McLEOD 
MONA A. MAILHES 



FRANK V. McMILLEN, II 
JEROME S. MALINER 





MAC CAMPBELL MALLARY 
BETTY MARIE MARTINEZ 



ALBERT L. MANGIN, JR. 
LILLIAN C. MAS5ININI 



FORTUNE V. MANNING 
CARL W. MATHEWS. JR. 



ROBERT G. MARCHELOS 
JOE MATTINA 



JOHN A. MAR9UE 
SAM MAniNA 



BENJAMIN B. MARTIN, JR. 
WILLIAM ROBERT MATTOX 



ABOVE * MAC CAMPBELL MALLARY. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Tau Beta Pi; American Society Mechanical 

Engineers; Band. • ALBERT L. MANGIN, JR.. Business Administration; Biloxi, Mississippi. • FORTUNE V. 
MANNINO, Arts and Sciences; Mississippi City, Mississippi; Band; Psychology Club. • ROBERT GEORGE 
MARCHELOS, Business Administration; Army R.O.T.C; Pensacola, Florida; Delta Sigma Phi. • JOHN A. 
MAR(?UE, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. • BENJAMIN BERNARD WARTIN, JR., Business Admin- 
istration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • BETTY MARIE MARTINEZ, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. 

• LILLIAN C. MASSININI, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; T.U.S.K. • CARL W. MATHEWS, JR., Business 
Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • JOE MATTINA, Arts and Sciences; Tampa, Florida. • SAM MAT- 
TINA, Business Administration; Tampa, Florida; Pi Kappa Alpha. • WILLIAM ROBERT MATTOX, Business Admin- 
istration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega. 

p c I Q W • RICHARD F. MAXWELL, JR., Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. 

• CHARLES A. MAY, JR., Arts and Sciences; Natchez, Mississippi. • JOHN E. MEEKS, Engineering; Savannah, 
Georgia; Phi Kappa Sigma; American Society Civil Engineers; Engineer's Technological Atelier. • JOSEPH T. 
MICELI, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Unit Manager Senior Class; Newman 
Club. 



RICHARD F. MAXWELL, JR. CHARLES A. MAY, JR. 

JOHN E. MEEKS JOSEPH T. MICELI 









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DONALD J. MIESTER 
JACOB CLEMENT MINOR 



MAX EMERY MILLER 
MAX M. MINTER 



• DONALD J. MIESTER, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Campus Night; Radio Work- 
shop; University Theatre. • MAX EMERY MILLER, Business Administration; Mobile, Alabama; Delta Sigma Phi. 

• JACOB CLEMENT MINOR, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Newman Club. • MAX M. MINTER, 
Business Administration; Galveston, Texas; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



• BARBARA J. MITCHELL, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • STEPHEN G. MOCKLIN. Busi- 
ness Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Gamma Sigma. • JERRY MODENBACH, Business Administra- 
tion; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Secretary-Treasurer of Business Administration. • MAURICE B. 
MOLLO, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • PHILIP RUSSELL MONTGOMERY. Business Admin- 
istration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma. • NORMAN W. MOORE. Business Administration; Marion, 
Arkansas. • LLOYD E. MOPPERT. Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi. • JESSE 
O. MORGAN, JR., Engineering; Crowley, Louisiana; Alpha Phi Omega; Gargoyle; President Tulane Architectural 
Society; Engineer's Technological Atelier; A. I. A. • EDWARD RENE MORPHY, Engineering; New Orleans, 
Louisiana; American Society Civil Engineers. • JACK L. MORRISON, Arts and Sciences; PI Kappa Alpha; 
New Orleans, Louisiana. • MILTON K. MORRISON, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Tau Beta Pi; American 
Society Mechanical Engineers. • SALVATORE CHARLES MOSCHELLA, Engineering; Elmhurst, New York; Tulane 
Architectural Society; Gargoyle. 



ABOVE 



BELOW 



BARBARA J. MITCHELL STEPHEN S. MOCKLIN JERRY MODENBACH MAURICE B. MOLLO PHILIP R. MONTGOMERY NORMAN W. MOORE 

LLOYD E. MOPPERT JESSE O. MORGAN, JR. EDWARD RENE MORPHY JACK L. MORRISON MILTON K. MORRISON SALVATORE C. MOSCHELLA 





KATHERINE CAMILLE MOSS 
BETTY NAIRNE 



MARY LOUISE MOSSY 
MARY B. NETTLETON 



RAYMOND ALFORD MULLEN 
HAROLD D. NEUBERGER 



HAZEL A. MULLER 
ELIZABETH L. NICHOLSON 



ROBERT D. MUNCH 
GLORIA M. NIXON 



CHARLES ROY MURPHY 
PAUL SHANER NOBLE 



ABOVE • CATHERINE CAMILLE MOSS, Ncwcomb; Lake Charles, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Dormitory Council; La 

Tertulia; Canterbury Club. • MARY LOUISE MOSSY, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha 
Theta. • RAYMOND ALFORD MULLEN, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana. • HAZEL A. MULLER, 
Newcomb; New Orleans. Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta; Secretary Junior Class '48; President Senior Class; Who's 
Who; Campus Night; Honor Board; Student Council; Student-Faculty Relations Committee. • ROBERT D. 
MUNCH, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Secretary Freshman Class '46. 
• CHARLES ROY MURPHY, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Scabbard i Blade; Army 
R.O.T.C. • BETTY NAIRNE, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Newman Club. • MARY BLAKESLEE 
NETTLETON, Newcomb; Covington. Virginia; Chi Omega. • HAROLD R. NEUBURGER, Business Administration; 
New Orleans, Louisiana. • ELIZABETH LEE NICHOLSON, Newcomb; New Orleans. Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Art 
Club; Pan-Hellenic Council. • GLORIA M NIXON. Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta 
Zeta. • PAUL SHANER NOBLE. Engineering; New Orleans. Louisiana; Vice-President Freshman Engineers '45; 
President Sophomore Class '46; American Society Mechanical Engineers. 



BELOW 



• EDWIN A. NOLEN, Business Administration; Jackson. Mississippi; Sigma Pi. • JOYCE R. NORMAN, New- 
comb; Houma, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta; Dormitory Council. • CHRISTEL M. NUNGESSER, Newcomb; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Zeta; Secretary Senior Class; Pan-Hellenic Council. • EMILE "MOE" O'BRIEN, 
Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. 



EDWIN A. NOLEN JOYCE R. NORMAN 

CHRISTEL M. NUNGESSER EMILE "MOE" O'BRIEN 





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PATRICK A. O'DONNELL 



MINNIE OCHSNER 
SUY RICHARD OLIVIER 



• PATTY O'BRIEN, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi; President Student Body, '48; Art 
Club. • MINNIE OCHSNER, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • PATRICK ALFRED 
O'DONNELL, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute Electrical Engineers. • GUY RICHARD 
OLIVIER, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; President American Society Mechanical Engineers; Secretary- 
Treasurer Junior Class, '48; Secretary-Treasurer Engineering; Student Body; Omicron Delta Kappa; Tau Beta Pi; 
Who's Who; American Society Mechanical Engineers; Engineer's Technological Atelier; Newman Club. 

• ANDREW ORESTANO, Arts and Sciences; Tampa, Florida. • E. RONALD ORFILA, Business Administration; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Canterbury Club; Pan-Hellenic Council; Laqniappes. • RICHARD 
L. ORR, Business Administration; Laurens, Iowa. • ANTHONY ORTEGA, JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. 
Louisiana; Alpha Phi Omega; Glendy Burke; Speaker; JAMBALAYA. • ROBERT CLYDE OVERALL, Engineering; 
Trenton, Tennessee; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Vice-President Senior Class; American Society Civil Engineers; Engineer's 
Technological Atelier. • CHARLES ERNEST OWENS, Arts and Sciences; Pensacola, Florida; Beta Theta Pi; 
Alpha Chi Sigma. • SAM F. PARKER. JR., Business Administration; Foley, Alabama; Army R.O.T.C; Pi Kappa 
Alpha; President Sophomore Class, '47; Baptist Student Union. • NOEL E. PARMENTEL, JR., Arts and Sciences; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Who's Who; JAMBALAYA; Publications Board; Intramural Council; 
Forum; International Relations Club; Pi Sigma Alpha. • ROBERT LEE PARSONS, Arts and Sciences; Malta Bend, 
Missouri; Sigma Nu; Alpha Phi Omega; President Greenbackers; Lagniappes; Track. • BERNARD PAXTON, Arts 
and Sciences; Birmingham, Alabama; Alpha Phi Omega; Newman Club. • GEORGE E. PEARCE, Engineering; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; Tau Beta Pi; American Institute Electrical Engineering. • ADAIR LYON PEDRICK, Arts 
and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha. 



ABOVE 



BELOW 



ANDREW ORESTANO 
SAM F. PARKER, JR. 



E. RONALD ORFILA 
NOEL E. PARMENTEL. JR. 



RICHARD L. ORR 
ROBERT LEE PARSONS 



ANTHONY ORTEGA, JR. 
BERNARD PAXTON 



ROBERT CLYDE OVERALL 
GEORGE E. PEARCE 



CHARLES ERNEST OWENS 
ADAIR LYON PEDRICK 




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JACQUES H. PESSIN DON E. PFEFFERLE 

CHARLES PICpUE, JR. WILLIAM LEE POE. JR. 



WILLIAM J. PHELAN 
MARK MAURICE PORTER 



ROBERT A. PHILIBERT 
DANIEL B. POWELL, JR. 



BENJAMIN M. PHILLIPS 
WILLIAM T. POWER, II 



CLAY J. PINNER 
RAYMOND JOHN PUJOL 



ABOVE * JACQUES H. PESSIN. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Mechanical Engineers; Math 

Club. • DON E. PFEFFERLE. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineer's Technological Atelier; Tulane 
Architectural Society; Newman Club; A. I. A. • WILLIAM J. PHELAN, Business Administration; Emmetsburg, 
Iowa. • ROBERT A. PHILIBERT, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana. • BENJAMIN M. PHILLIPS, Business 
Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • CLAY J. PINNER, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American 
Society t^echanlcal Engineers; Math Club. • CHARLES PIQUE, JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. 

• WILLIAM LEE POE, JR.. Arts and Sciences; Birmingham, Alabama; Phi Delta Theta; Alpha Chi Sigma. 

• MARK MAURICE PORTER, Arts and Sciences; Meridian, Mississippi; Army R.O.T.C. • DANIEL B. POWELL, 
JR., Arts and Sciences; Harahan, Louisiana; Baptist Student Union. • WILLIAM THOMAS POWER, II, Business 
Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsllon; Kappa Delta Phi; Who's Who; Campus Night; 
Lagniappes; T.U.S.K. • RAYMOND JOHN PUJOL, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana. 

B E L O W * ■'^^^^ ^- QHINLIVAN, JR., Business Administration; Hammond. Louisiana. • CHARLES L. RALLS, Business 

Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • DOROTHY K. RAPPEPORT. Newcomb; Fort Smith, Arkansas. 

• MYRON H. RAPPEPORT, Business Administration; Fort Smith. Arkansas. 



JAMES S. QHINLIVAN. JR. 
DOROTHY K. RAPPEPORT 



CHARLES L. RALLS 
MYRON H.. RAPPEPORT 



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GLORIA ANN RATCHFORD 
JOHN HENRY RIFE, III 



JOHN FORD REILLEY 
HAROLD L. RISSS 



• GLORIA ANN RATCHFORD, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana: Pi Befa Phi: Glee Club; Operetta; La Ter- 
tulia. • JOHN FORD REILLEY, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma. • JOHN 
HENRY RIFE III, Business Administration; McComb, Mississippi; Delta Sigma Phi. • HAROLD L. RIGGS, Busi- 
ness Administration: Port Arthur, Texas. 

• GERALD E. ROACH, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Who's Who; University Student Council. 

• WILLIAM F. ROBERTS. Arts and Sciences; Birmingham, Michigan; Alpha Tau Omega. • GERALD J. ROB- 
INSON, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • DAVID R. RODRIGUE. Arts and Sciences; New 
Orleans. Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha. • DONALD L. ROSE, Arts and Sciences; La Cygne, Kansas. • EDMUND 
C. ROSE. JR., Arts and Sciences; New Iberia, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta; Greenbackers; Lagniappes. • ALYCE 
KAHN ROSENBERG, Newcomb; Greenwood, South Carolina; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • EDWIN ROBERT ROSEN- 
BAHM, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana; Gamma Delta. • SAMUEL J. ROSS, Engineering; 
Girard, Ohio; American Society Mechanical Engineers; E.T.A.; Band; Newman Club. • CHARLES P. ROTH, JR., 
Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. • FREDERICK D. RUBINS, Business Administration. New Orleans, 
Louisiana. 



ABOVE 



BELOW 



GERALD E. ROACH WILLIAM F. ROBERTS GERALD J. ROBINSON DAVID R. RODRIGUE DONALD L. ROSE EDMUND C. ROSE, JR. 

ALYCE KAHN ROSENBERG EDWIN R. ROSENBAHM SAMUEL J ROSS CHARLES P. ROTH, JR. FREDERICK D. RUBINS 








DAVID H. SCHAEFER 
THOMAS J. SANDRIDSE. JR. 



DAVIS H. RUST EUGENE JAMES RUTTER 

CHARLES R. SANS HAYWARD R. SANTA CRUZ 



OSDEN N. SAIK 
ELAINE MARIE SARRE 



BILL P. SAMMONS 
ANTHONY SAVOCA 



SAMUEL SANDERS. Ill 
ROBERT F. SCHAFF 



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BELOW 



• DAVID H. SCHAEFER, Arts and Sciences; New York, New York. • DAVIS H. RUST, Engineering; Monroe, 
Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; American Society Mechanical Engineers. • EUGENE JAMES RUTTER, Engineering; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega; American Society Mechanical Engineers; Newman Club. • OGDEN 
N. SAIK, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • BILL P. SAMMONS, Arts and Sciences; El Dorado, 
Arkansas; Nu Sigma Nu; Medical School Honor Board. • SAMUEL SANDERS III, Ar+s and Sciences; Haver- 
town, Pennsylvania; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • THOMAS JEFFERSON SANDRIDGE.JR., Arts and Sciences; Monroe, 
Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta. • CHARLES R. SANG, Business Administration; Kansas, Missouri; Baptist Student 
Union. • HAYWARD ROBERT SANTA CRUZ, Arts and Sciences; Biloiri, Mississippi; Gamma Epsilon Omega. 

• ELAINE MARIE SARRE, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi, President. • ANTHONY SAVOCA, 
Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega; Newman Club. • ROBERT F. SCHAFF, Arts 
and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. 

• THEODORE SCHENK, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. • DONALD ROY SCHERER, Arts and 
Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Band; Gamma Epsilon Omega. • L. T. SCHERER, JR., Arts and Sciences; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; Band. # JAMES D. SCHNEIDER, Arts and Sciences; Monroe, Louisiana; Scabbard and 
Blade; International Relations Club. President; Glendy Burke. 



THEODORE SCHENK 
L. T. SCHERER, JR. 



DONALD ROY SCHERER 
JAMES D. SCHNEIDER 



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N. J. SCHREIBER. JR. 



GEORGE C. SCHROEDER, JR. 
JOYCE BEHY SCHROEDER 



• JAMES SCHNIDER, Arts and Sciences; Monroe, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; IRC, Presi- 
dent; Glendy Burke. • GEORGE C. SCHROEDER, JR., Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American 
Institute Electrical Engineers; Band. • NICHOLAS J. SCHREIBER, JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisi- 
ana; Gamma Epsilon Omega. • JOYCE BETTY SCHROEDER, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana. 

• GAYLE MARIE SCHWARZENBACH, Newcomb: New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta 2eta. • PHILIP J. SCIOR- 
TINO, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Gamma Epsilon Omega. • GEORGE KENDALL SHAW. 
Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Alpha Chi Sigma; American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers; Student Affiliate of American Chemical Society. • JUNE SHERROUSE, Newcomb; Monroe, Louisi- 
ana; Chi Omega; Dormitory Council; Student Government Association; History Club. • CHANDLER B. 
SHERWOOD, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Pan Hellenic Council. • LOUIS 
THERIOT SHI ELL, Business Administration; Mandeville, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Scabbard and Blade; 
A.R.O.T.C. • EDGAR EARLE SIMMONS, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • GORDON 
SINCLAIR, Arts and Sciences; Chicago, Illinois; A.R.O.T.C; Glee Club; Westminster Fellowship; Psychology 
Club. • DAVID E. SLAGLE, Business Administration; Poland, Ohio. • PHIL SLIPAKOFF, Business AdmlnTsTra- 
tion; New Orleans, Louisiana; Band; JAMBALAYA; Radio Club; Forum; International Relations Club; Radio Work- 
shop; University Theatre; T.U.S.K. • GEORGE WILSON SMALL, Arts and Sciences; A.R.O.T.C; New Orleans, 
Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • CATCHINGS BAIRD SMITH, Business Administration; Greenwood, Mississippi; 

Sigma Chi. 



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BELOW 



GALE SCHWARZENBACH 
EDGAR EARLE SIMMONS 



PHILIP J. SCIORTINO 
GORDON SINCLAIR 



GEORGE KENDALL SHAW 
DAVID E. SLAGLE 



JUNE SHERROUSE 
PHIL SLIPAKOFF 



CHANDLER B. SHERWOOD 
GEORGE WILSON SMALL 



LOUIS THERIOT SHIELL 
CATCHINGS BAIRD SMITH 




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PETER C. SMITH 
GEORGE ROY SPEAR 



PRIM B. SMITH. JR. 
JOYCE STABA 



ROBERT K. SMITH 
JOHN E. STAFFORD 



THEODORE G. SMITH 
FRANK R. STAINTON 



JOAN ROSALYN SOLOMON 
BERYL EDITH STALL 



LEAN C. SOULE 
GLORIA ANN STEWART 



ABOVE * PETER C. SMITH. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Pre Medical Society; Green- 

backers. • PRIM B. SMITH, JR., Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega. • ROB- 
ERT K. SMITH, Engineering; New Orleans. Louisiana; American Society Civil Engineers. • THEODORE G. 
SMITH, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Alptii Phi Omega; Glee Club. • JOAN 
ROSALYN SOLOMON, Newcomb; Las Vegas. New Mexico; Alpha Epsilon Phi; French Club; Greenbackers. 
• LEAN C, SOULE, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi. • GEORGE ROY SPEAR, Arts and 
Sciences; Childress. Texas. • JOYCE STABA, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Delta Pi; Pan Hellenic; 
Canterbury Club. • JOHN E. STAFFORD, Arts and Sciences; Franklinton, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Nu 
Sigma Nu. • FRANK R. STAINTON, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Theta Nu. • BERYL EDITH 
STALL. Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Festival Choir; Y.W;C.A.; Math Club; Student Affiliate of American 
Chemical Society. • GLORIA ANN STEWART, Newcomb; New Orleans. Louisiana; Alpha Delta Pi; Beta Beta 
' Beta; JAMBALAYA; Newman Club; Deutchcs Verein; Math Club; Student Affiliate of American Chemical Society. 

BELOW • ROY STEWART, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana. • FRANCES GAYLE STOCKER. Newcomb; 

New Orleans, Louisiana; Chi Omega; Pan Hellenic Council. • CHARLES GRESS STOKES, JR., Business Admin- 
istration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • E. T. STONECIPHER, Arts and Sciences; La Crosse, Indiana. 



ROY STEWART 
CHARLES G. STOKES. JR. 



FRANCES GAYLE STOCKER 
E. T. STONECIPHER 



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NORMA 5TRATZ 
JOEL BETH SUHREN 



BENJAMIN R, STRONG 
WALTER J. SUTHON 



• NORMA STRAT2, Ncwcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron: President, Music School; A Cap- 
pella Clioir; Glee Club; Operetta; Honor Board; Student Government Association; Grcenbackers. • BENJAMIN 
R. STRONG, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Tlieta Pi; President, Physics Club. • JOEL BETH 
SUHREN, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi. • WALTER J. SUTHON. Arts and Sciences; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; Secretary-Treasurer, Arts and Sciences Student Body, "48. 

• JOAN E. SVENDSON, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Gamma Sigma. • MARTHA 
ANNE TAYLOR, Newcomb; Durham, North Carolina; Kappa Alpha Theta; Pan Hellenic. • MACY ORVILLE 
TEETOR, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • MAURICE A. THERIOT. JR., Business Admin- 
istration; New Orleans. Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; JAMBALAYA. • NOLAN A. THERIOT, Arts and Sciences; 
A.R.O.T.C; New Orleans. Louisiana; Scabbard and Blade. • JACK EDWIN THIELEN, Arts and Sciences; Lake 
Charles, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta; Nu Sigma Nu. • WARREN L. THOMAS, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, 
Louisiana. • HENRY K. THREEFOOT, Arts and Sciences; Selma, Alabama; Zeta Beta Tau. • BENI B. TOLE- 
DANO, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; S.A.M. • GROVER J. TRAMMELL, JR., Engineering; 
New Orleans, Louisiana; Tau Beta Pi; American Society Mechanical Engineers; Math Club. • REGINALD TROT- 
TER, JR., Arts and Sciences; Monticello, Arkansas; French Club. • MADELINE MARY TUMINELLO, Newcomb; 
New Orleans, Louisiana. 



ABOVE 



BELOW 



JOAN E. SVENDSON 
WARREN L. THOMAS 



MARTHA ANNE TAYLOR 
HENRY D. THREEFOOT 



MACY ORVILLE TEETOR 
BENI B. TOLEDANO 



MAURICE A. THERIOT, JR. 
GROVER J. TRAMMELL, JR. 



NOLAN A. THERIOT 
REGINALD TROTTER, JR. 



JACK EDWIN THIELEN 
MADELINE M. TUMINELLO 





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PEYTON R. TUNSTALL, JR. 
EMILE T. VACANT, JR. 



MARIE LOUISE TUREAUD 
SIDNEY L. VAIL, JR. 



BEHY GRAMLING TURNER 
HECTOR VALENCIA 



CHARLES J. UTHOFF, JR. 
VIVIAN L. VAN BEVER 



RALPH JULIAN TURNER 
ARTHUR N. VICKNAIR 



LAWRENCE USNER 
DANIEL H. VLIET 



ABOVE • PEYTON RANDOLPH TUNSTALL. JR., Arts and Sciences; Mobile, Alabama: Nu Sigma Nu. • MARIE 

LOUISE TUREAUD, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Zeta; Newman Club. • BETTY 
GRAMLINS TURNER, Newcomb; Spartanburg. Soutii Carolina; Assets; Kappa Delta Pi; Plii lota Sigma; Honor 
Board; Phi Beta Kappa. • RALPH JULIAN TURNER, Business Administration; Ruleville, Mississippi; Zeta Beta 
Tau; Band. • LAWRENCE USNER. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Gamma Epsilon Omega; New- 
man Club. • CHARLES JOSEPH UTHOFF, JR.. Engineering; New Orleans. Louisiana; American Society Meciian- 
ical Engineers. • EMILE T. VACANT, JR., Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • SIDNEY L. 
VAIL, JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Kappa Sigma. • HECTOR VALENCIA, Engineering; 
Caracas, Venezuela; Alpha Chi Sigma; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Newman Club. • VIVIAN 
LUCILLE VAN BEVER. Newcomb; Pineville, Kentucky; Glee Club; Opera; Operetta; Swim Club; President, Baptist 
Student Union. • ARTHUR N. VICKNAIR, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • DANIEL H. 
VLIET, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; President, Senior Class; Tau Beta Pi; American Institute Elecertcial 
Engineers; E.T.A. 



BELOW 



• IRVIN O. VOGT, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute Electrical Engineers. • FRANK 
VON DER HAAR, JR.. Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta. • WALTER P. VON 
HOVEN, JR., Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Westminster Fellowship. 

• ALBERT L. VOSS, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. 



IRVIN O. VOGT FRANK VON DER HAAR, JR. 

WALTER P. VON HOVEN. JR. ALBERT L. VOSS 



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Eyutd^ycA. 



WILLIAM M. VOSS 
THOMAS M. WAKEFIELD 



F. A. WAGUESPACK, JR. 
GILBERT HAROLD WALKER 



• WILLIAM M. VOSS, Business Administration; Little Rock, Arkansas; Sigma Chi. • FRANCIS A. WAGUES- 
PACK, JR., Arts and Sciences; Vacherie, Louisiana; Newman Club. • THOMAS MURRELL WAKEFIELD. Engi- 
neering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Mechanical Engineers. • GILBERT HAROLD WALKER, Arts 
and Sciences; Brooklyn, New York; Phi Lambda Kappa. 

• JOSEPH PAUL WARD, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha. • SWAN WARD. Arts 
and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • JOHN S. WARREN, Engineering; Lake Providence, 
Louisiana; Tulane Architectural Society; American Institute Architecture; E.T.A. • MARY GARRARD WARREN, 
Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Baptist Student Union; Campus Night. • WILLIAM E. WATKINS, Engi- 
neering; Helena, Arkansas; President, Sigma Chi; American Institute Electrical Engineers. • NELS P. WAT2, 
Engineering: Plateau, Alabama; American Institute Electrical Engineers. • BILL WEIDNER, Engineering; New 
Orleans, Louisiana; President, Engineering Student Body; Who's Who; American Society Civil Engineers; E.T.A. 

• BILLY A. WEISFELD, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute Electrical Engineers. • ELAINE 
BRESLER WEISS, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana. • S. ARTHUR WEISSMAN, Arts and Sciences; New York, 
New York; Festival Choir; Glee Club; Opera; Hillel. • MARY ANN WELSH, Newcomb; Shreveport, Louisiana; 
Alpha Omicron Pi. • BLAKE WEST, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; T.U.S.K. 



ABOVE 



BELOW 



JOSEPH PAUL WARD SWAN WARD 

BILL WEIDNER BILLY A. WEISFELD 



JOHN G. WARREN MARY GARRARD WARREN 

ELAINE BRESLER WEISS S. ARTHUR WEISSMAN 



WILLIAM E. WATKINS 
MARY ANN WELSH 



NELS P. WATZ 
BLAKE WEST 








JOE WHARTON 
JACK WAYNE WILLIAMS 



C. S. WHITE-SPUNNER, JR. 
EUGENE CANNON WILSON 



EDGAR A. WHITEFIELD 
T. G. WING 



CORNELIUS GLENN WHITLEY 
ELAINE WINGATE 



WILLIAM D. WEIL 
LOUIS GILLILAND WINGATE 



J. MORTON WILLIAMS 
ANDREW M. WOHLERT 



ABOVE 



BELOW 



• JOE WHARTON, Engrncsrinq; Amarillo. Texas. • CHARLES S. WHITE-SPUNNER. JR.. Arts and Sciences; 
Mobile, Alabama; Alpha Tau Omega. • EDGAR A. WHITEFIELD, Arts and Sciences; Picayune, Mississippi. 

• CORNELIUS GLENN WHITLEY, Arts and Sciences; Biloxi, Mississippi. • WILLIAM D. WEIL, Business Ad- 
ministration; New Orleans, Louisiana; A.R.O.T.C.; Pi Kappa Alpha; Dance Orchestra; JAMBALAYA; Intramural 
Council; Pan Hellenic Council; Scabbard and Blade; Lagnlappes; Campus Night; University Theatre. • J. MOR- 
TON WILLIAMS, Arts and Sciences; Jacksonville, Florida; Alpha Phi Omega; Deutchcs Verein. • JACK WAYNE 
WILLIAMS, Business Administration; Port Arthur, Texas; Pi Kappa Alpha. • EUGENE CANNON WILSON, En- 
gineering; Monticello, Mississippi; American Society Mechanical Engineers. • T. G. WING, Arts and Sciences; 
Shavf, Mississippi; A.R.O.T.C. • ELAINE WINGATE, Newcomb; Beaumont, Texas; Kappa Alpha Theta. 

• LOUIS GILLILAND WINGATE, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; American Society 
Mechanical Engineers; E.T.A., President. • ANDREW M. WOHLERT, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Tau 
Beta Pi; Who's Who; American Institute Electrical Engineers; E.T.A.; Radio Club; Math Club. 

• YVETTE MARIE WOLFE, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; A Cappclla Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; 
Newman Club. • LYNN B. WOOTEN, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Band; Wesley Foundation. 

• JAMES A. YONGUE, Business Administration; Delta Sigma Phi; Jacksonville, Florida. • JOSEPH EDWARD 
YOUNS, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Newman Club. • GEORGE MIKE ZIEGLER, JR., 
Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Baptist Student Union; Student Affiliate of American Chemical Society, 



YVEHE MARIE WOLFE LYNN B. WOOTEN JAMES A. YONGUE 

JOSEPH EDWARD YOUNG GEORGE MIKE ZIEGLER, JR. 



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LIVUEHGflADUATES 




298 



JEANNE M. 
ABADIE 

New Orleans. La. 

Newcomb 

Oreades. 



DOUG 
ALBRIGHT 

Carlsbad, New Mexico 
Arts and Sciences 
Westminster Fellowship; 
TUSK. 



HENRY B. 
ALSOBROOK, JR. 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



HERBERT S. 


ROBERT B. 


ABRAHAM 


ACOMB, JR. 


Memphis, Tenn. 


New Orleans, La. 


Arts and Sciences 


Commerce 


Zeta Beta Tau. 


Newcomb 




Vice-President. Sopho- 




more class; Newman 




Club. 


FRANCES 


LANIER 


ALEMAN 


ALLINGHAM 


New Orleans, La. 


Lafayette, La. 


Newcomb 


Newcomb 


Kappa Alpha Theta; 


Kappa Kappa Gamma,- 


Hullabaloo. 


Secretary Newcomb 




Student Body; Assets; 




Canterbury Club; 




French Club; Swimming 




Club; Newcomb Stu- 




dent Council. 


MARY BELLE 


JAMES N. 


ALSTON 


ANAGNOS 


Covington, Tenn. 


Wichita Falls, Tex. 


Newcomb 




Alpha Omicron Pi; 




JAMBALAYA; YWCA; 




Wesley Foundation; 




TUSK. 





BETTY ANN 

ADAMS 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Beta Beta Beta; 

ley Foundation. 



JANE 
ALUS 

Port, Arthur. Texas 

Newcomb 

Chi Omega; Art Club. 



ANN CHRISTIAN 
ANDERSON 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

KaDpa Kappa Gamma. 



LUCY 
ADAMS 

York. Ala. 

Pi Beta Phi; Campus 
Night; Lagniappes, 
Radio Workshop. 



WILLIAM B. 
ALLISON, JR. 

tvleridian. Miss. 
Arts and Sciences 
Phi Kappa Sigma. 



MARION 
ANDRUS 

New Orleans. La. 

Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club,- 

TUSK. 



ADRIEN 
AITKENS 

New Orleans. La. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta; 

Hullabaloo; La TertuHa. 



EDWARD S. 
ALPAUGH 

New Orleans, La. 
Commerce 

Beta Theta PI; Vice- 
President Sophomore 
Class. 



C. JANE 

ANNIS 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 
Phi Mu. 




Transfer Student From L.S.U. 



JUNE 
ANTLEY 

Marietta, Ga. 
Newcomb 

Chi Omega; Class Sec. 
'49; Glee Club; Bap- 
tist Student Union. 



FORREST 

BAKER 

New Orleans, La. 

Arts and Sciences 

Hullabaloo. 



MARILEE 
ARNAUD 

New Orleans, 

Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta; 

Newman Club. 



La. 



MARY ANN 
ARNOLD 

Vlcksburg, Miss, 
NewComb 

Beta Sigma Omicron; 
JAMBALAYA; Univer- 
sity Theatre. 



RICHARD W. 


NEIL 


DOT 


CHRIS G. 


LEONARD N. 


HUGH R. 


AUGRAIN 


AUGUST 


BAER 


BAFFES 


BAGELMAN 


BAKER 


New Orleans. La. 


New York, N. Y. 


Bay City, Tex. 


New Orleans, La. 


Port Arthur. Tex. 


Wood River. III. 


Commerce 


Arts and Sciences 


Newcomb 


Arts and Sciences 


Commerce 


Arts and Sciences 


Alpha Tau Omega. 


AROTC. 


Greenbackers; Univer- 
sity Theatre. 




Sigma Alpha Mu. 





HAROLD C. 

BALMER 

New Orleans. La. 

Arts and Sciences 

Phi Kappa Sigma; 

AROTC. 



ELIZABETH 
BARKDULL 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 

Chi Omega; Westmin- 
ster Fellowship. 



Mike, Looking Despondent After the Game 



JR. 



EDGAR 
ASHWORTH, 
Norfolk. Va. 

Sophomore 

Pi Kappa Alpha; 
NROTC; Hullabaloo; 
Tdffrail Club. 



ELSA 
A5PLUNDH 

Bryn Athyn, Pa. 

Newcomb 

Beta Sigma Omicron; 

A Cappela Choir; Glee 

Club; Operetta, 



DEANNE 
BARKLEY 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 

Alpha Omicron PI. 



HENDERSON 
BARKLEY, III 

New Orleans, La. 

Architecture 

Delta Kappa Epsilon; 

ETA; T. Arch. Soc. 



TED A. 
AUCOIN 

New Orleans, 

Engineering 
ASME. 



GEORGE 
BARLOW 

Rosebud, Tex. 
Arts and Sciences 
Delta Sigma Phi. 









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UIVDEHGHADUATES 




300 



WALTER S. 
BARNES 
New Orleans. La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Delta Sigma Phi. 



WILLIAM G. 
BECKHAM, JR. 

Shreveport, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
NROTC. 



WILLIAM J. 
BERG 

New Orleans, La. 

Engineering 

T. Arch Soc; AIA. 



BETTIE RUTH 
BARRERE 

Houston, Tex. 

Newcomb 

Delta Zeta; La Tertulia; 

YWCA; Gamma Delta: 

Math Club; TUSK. 



HOWARD 
BELL 

Hot Springs, Ark. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Pi. 



DONALD J. 
BERTUCCI 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Arts and Sciences 
Deutches Vereln. 



ANNA 
BARTELS 

New Orleans, La. 
Commerce 

Delta Zeta; JAMBA- 
LAYA; YWCA; West- 
minster Fellowship. 



JOHN H. 
BELL 

Hobart, Ind. 
Arts and Sciences 



PAUL 
BIENZ 

Fort Wayne, Ind. 
Arts and Sciences 
Alpha Tau Omega. 



JOHN AUGUST 
BATT 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Phi Delta Theta. 



ANDREW E. 
BENSON 

New Orleans, La. 
Engineering 
Delta Sigma Phi. 



GUERLAIN M. 
BEAUCOUDRAY 

New Orleans. La. 

Newcomb 

Beta Sigma Omicron; 

Newman Club; French 

Club. 



BUCK 

BENTON 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Kappa Alpha. 



BEVERLY 
BECKER 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

YWCA; Math Club; 

TUSK. 



FALLON W. 
BENTZ 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Beta Theta Pi. 



MARGARET FOX 


THOMAS M. 




BARBARA 


BINGHAM 


BIRDWELL, JR. 




BIZZELL 


Greenwood, Miss. 


New Orleans, La. 




Newcomb 


Newcomb 


Engineering 




Pi Beta Phi; Operetta 


Chi Omega; Sec. Fresh. 


NROTC: Alpha 


Phi 


Art Club; Dance Club 


Class 48-49; JAMBA- 


Omega; Alpha 


Chi 


Wesley Foundation. 


LAYA; Dance Club; 


Sigma. 






Wesley Foundation. 










Frani and Rooney Making A Sale 



MARILYN 
BLACKMAN 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 



RUSSELL PAUL 
BLOCK 

Kenner, La. 

Arts and Sciences 



MARGIE C. 
BONNER 

Birmingham. Ala. 
Newcomb 



JAMES 

BLAKE 

Lake Charles, La. 

Arts and Sciences 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



SCOTT 
BLOMELEY 

Prince Bay, Staten Is- 
land, N. Y. 
Arts and Sciences 
Band; Freshman Foot- 
ball. 



CHARLES M. 
BONURA 

Fort Lauderdale, Fla 
Arts and Sciences 
Phi Delta Theta. 



LUCILLE M. 
BLAKE 

New Orleans, La, 

Commerce 

Phi Mu; Westminster 

Fellowship. 



DONALD F. 
BLYTHE 

New Orleans, L 

Engineering 

Junior 

Beta Theta Pi; / 



PHILLIP H. 
BOOKMAN 

Jersey City, N. J. 
Arts and Sciences 
AROTC; Band. 



The Best We've Had 



ELDON C. 
BLANCHER 

New Orleans. La. 
Commerce 



BRANTLE E. 
BLANKENSHIP 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Arts and Sciences 
Phi Kappa Sigma; Pn 
Med Society. 



JAMES CLAUD 
BLEWSTER 

Magnolia, Ark. 
Arts and Sciences 
Kappa Sigma; Baptist 
Student Union; Campus 
Night. 



LARRY 




CURTIS 


FRANKLIN 


BODET 




BOISFONTAINE 


BOLINGER 


New Orleans. La 




New Orleans, La. 


Niles, Mich. 


Engineering 




Arts and Sciences 


Arts and Sciences 


ASCE. 




AROTC; Kappa Sigma; 
Hullabaloo; Campus 
Night; TUSK. 


Radio Club. 


LYDIA ANN 




ROBERT J. 


DONALD J. 


BOSWORTH 




BOUDREAU 


BOUSpUET 


Newcomb 




Lake Charles, La. 


Arts and Sciences 


Zeta Tau Alpha; 


JAM- 


Commerce 




BALAYA,- Dance 


Club. 


Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
Pan Hellenic Council; 
Greenbackers. 


Delta Kappa Epsil 







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UIVDEHGRADUATES 




302 



RENEE MARIE 
BOUSQUET 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Omicron Pi. 



MARTHA H. 
BRINGLE 

Covington, Tenr. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Omicron Pi; Art 

Club; YWCA; Baptist 

Student Union. 



CHARLES W. 
BOUSTANY 

Lafayette, La. 
Arts and Sciences 



REGINALD 
BRINKMANN 

Shreveport. La. 

Commerce 

AROTC; Kappa Sigma; 

Campus Night; TUSK. 



THOMAS S. 
BOWMAN 

Wabash. Ind. 

Commerce 

Sigma Chi; Greenback- 

ers; Lagniappes; Bas- 

Icetball. 



DOLORES Y. 
BRISBI 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb College 
Kappa Alpha Theta; 
Dance Club; Canter- 
bury Club. 



PHIL 




CAROL LYNN 




CHARLES L, 




YVONNE M. 


ROBERT N. 


HAZEL JOYCE 


BROU 




BROWN 




BROWN, JR. 




BROWN 


BRUCE, JR. 


BRUFF 


Ocean Springs 


Miss. 


Chicago, III. 




New Orleans, La. 




New Orleans, La. 


New Orleans, La. 


San Antonio, Tex. 


Engineering 




Newcomb 




Arts and Sciences 




Newcomb 


Engineering 


Newcomb 






Alpha Epsilon 


Phi; 


Kappa Alpha; A 


Cap- 


Phi Beta Phi; Art Club; 


Kappa Sigma; ASCE. 


Beta Sigma Omicron; 






Swimming Club. 




pella Choir; 
Club; Operetta; 


Glee 
Pan 


Newman Club; Surf. 




Dance Club; Campus 
Nite; Radio Workshop; 










Hellenic; Greenbacker. 






University Theatre. 



PRENTISS R. 
BOYT 

McComb, Miss. 
Commerce 



JANET 
BRIZMAN 

San Antonio, Tex. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Epsilon Phi; 

JAMBALAYA; TUSK. 



KARIN 
BRANDT 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Delta Zeta; Gamma 

Delta. 



ANN 
BRODIE 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Omicron Pi; 

Operetta; Honor Board; 

Pan Hellenic Council. 



STANLEY R. 
BREMERMANN 
New Orleans, La. 
Commerce 
Beta Theta Pi. 



BARBARA 
BROGAN 



La. 



New Orleans, 

Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; 

TUSK. 




I'll Bite Bruce. When? 



HAROLD 
BRUMFIELD 

Hammond, La. 
Enaineerina 
T. Arch. Soc. 



JIMMIE 
BUGG 

Tampa, Fla. 
Arts and Science 
Pre-Med. Soc. 



JANE E. 
BURKENROAD 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Epsilon Phi. 



ROBERT WHITE 
BRUMFIELD 

McComb, Miss. 
Arts and Sciences 
Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



DAN 

BULLINGTON 
Fort Smith, Ark. 
Arts and Sciences 
Beta Theta Pi. 



PATRICIA ELLEN 
BURKENROAD 

Omaha, Neb. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Epsilon Phi; 

TUSK. 



LUCIENNE 
BRUNSCHWIG 

Providence, R. I. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Epsilon Phi. 



AUBREY F. 
BURAS. JR. 

New Orleans. La. 
Engineering 
Sec.-Treas. Soph. Class. 



WADE W. 
BURNSIDE. JR. 

Neweliton, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Alpha Epsil 
Wesley Foundaalon. 



Check fhe Hot Number on the Piano 



PATRICK 
BRYER 

New Orleans, La. 

Engineering 

Sigma Pi; NROTC; Taf- 

frail Club. 



DIANE E. 
BURDETT 



Fla. 



Jacksonville. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta. 



GEORGE P. 
BYWATER 

New Orleans, La. 
Engineering 

Sophomore Engineering 
Class Sec.-Treas.; 

NROTC; ASME; New- 
man Club; Intramural 
Council; Taffrail Club. 



JOSEPH W. 
BUCHANAN, JR. 

New Orleans, La. 

Commerce 
Beta Theta PI. 



NANCY 
BURDETT 

Jacksonville. Fla. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta. 



HARRY R. 
CABRAL, JR. 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
Greenbackers, 1948. 



AARON LEVY 
BUCHSBAUM 
Savannah, Ga. 

Commerce 

Kappa Nu; Hillel 
Foundation; Int. Zion- 
ist Fed. of Am. 



PATRICIA 

BURKE 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Delta PI. YWCA; 

Newman Club; Math, 

Club. 



LAURA I. 
CADIEN 

Natchez, Miss. 

Newcomb 

Phi Mu; Baptist Student 

Union. 




UIVDEHGHADUATES 




304 



JOYCE L 
CALDWELL 

Little Rock, Ark. 

Newcomb 

Kappd Alpha Theta; La 

Tertulia. 



JOHN S. 
CARINHAS. JR. 

Patterson, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Pi Kappa Alpha. 



DAVID R. 
CARROLL 

Jackson, Miss. 
Arts and Sciences 



L. FERRIER 
CAMBON 
New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



WILLIAM E. 
CARLISLE 

Pensacoia, Fla. 
Arts and Sciences 



ELLERY F. 
CARVER 

Colo. Springs, Colo. 
Arts and Sciences 
Wesley Foundation. 



CHARLES Y. 
CAMERON 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Arts and Sciences 
Alpha Tau Omega. 



SHEILA RUTH 
CARMEL 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 
Dance Club. 



LOUISE C. 
CATE 

La Ceiba, Honduras. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Delta Pi; Glee 

Club. 



MARIE 
CAMPAGNA 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 
Alpha Delta Pi. 



ROSEMARY V. 
CARNES 

New Orleans. La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Hullabaloo; Campus 
Night. 



CAROLYN JEAN 
CELLI 

New Orleans. La. 

Newcomb 

Beta Sigma Omicron; 

Dance Club; Newman 

Club. 



JOSEPH D. 
CAMPBELL 

New Orleans, La. 

Engineering 

AROTC. 



MARY JANE 
CARR 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Delta Zeta; Glee Club; 

Wesley Foundat'on. 



PHILIP J. 
CENTANNI 

New Orleans, La. 

Arts and Sciences 



ELOISE 
CAPPEL 

Alexandria. La. 

Newcomb 

Chi Omega; Wesley 

Foundation 



DOROTHY C. 
CARRERE 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi; Newman 

Club; Swimming Club. 



JOYCE 
CERNIGLIA 



La. 



New Orleans, 

Newcomb 

Glee Club; Newma 

Club, 





O'NEAL 
CHADWICK 

Bayou Soula, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Beta Theta Pi. 



JACK H. 
CIRCLE 

Kiowa, Kas. 

Arts and Sciences 



CONSTANCE 
COHEN 

Dallas, Tex. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Epsilon Phi. 



Conrdentially!!! 



DORIS MARY 
CHARBONNET 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Kappa Gamma; 

Newman Club; TUSK. 



ROBERT E. 
CLAYTON 

Amarillo, Tex. 
Arts and Sciences 
Wesley Foundation. 



IRVING M. 
COHEN 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Arts and Sciences 
Zeta Beta Tau. 



RUBERT H. 
CHARBONNET 
New Orleans. La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Phi Delta Theta. 



ANTHONY J. 
CLESI, JR. 

New Orleans, La. 
Delta Tau Delta. 



JOEL 

COHN 

Newark, N. J. 
Commerce 
Sigma Alpha Mu. 



Why fhe Tux. Dabdoub? 



BARBARA 

CHERRY 

Covington, Tenn. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Omicron Pi; 

Greenbackers; Newc. 

Intramurals. 



NORMA S. 

CLESI 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Zeta Tau Alpha; La 

Tertulia; Greenbackers. 



JULIUS M, 
COHN 

New Orleans, La. 
Commerce 
Sigma Alpha Mu. 



GERTRUDE 
CHITTY 



Fla. 



Jacksonv 

Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi; Assets; 

Dormitory Council; La 

Tertulia. 



M. F. (HAM) 
CLINTON 

Osceola, Ark. 

Commerce 
President F r e s h r 
Class, 48-49. 



SYLVAN R. 

COHN 

Union Springs, Ala. 



Commerce 
AROTC. 



DONALD R. 
CHURCH 

New Orleans, La. 
Commerce 
Sigma Chi. 
Arts and Sciences 



CAROLYN 
COHEN 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 



KATHLEEN 
COLEMAN 

Shreveport, La. 

Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi; JAMBA- 

LAYA; Art Club; La 

Tertulia; Newman Club. 




UNDERGRADUATES 




306 



GEORGE B. 
COLLIER 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Kappa Sigma. 



MARTHA 
COLTHARP 

New Albany, Miss. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Delta Pi; Glee 

Club; YWCA; Wesley 

Foundation. 



CLINTON F. 
COULON, JR. 
New Orleans, La. 
Engineering 



JAMES B. 
COLLINS 

Houston, Tex. 

Commerce 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



MARGARET 
CONDER 

Ft. McPherson, Ga. 
Pi Beta Phi; Junior 
Class Representative to 
Honor Bd; Canterbury 
Club; Greenbackers. 



KENT H. 
COURTNEY 

New Orleans. La. 

Commerce 
TUSK. 



JOHN A. 

COLLINS 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Tulane Glee Clu 
Newman Club. 



JOSEPH A. 
CONINO 

New Orleans. La. 
Commerce 

Vice-President StudenI 
Body; Who's Who; 
JAMBALAYA; Newman 
Club; Glendy Burke; 
Campus Night; TUSK; 
Delta Sigma Phi. 



NANCY 

COVINGTON 

Magnolia. Miss. 

Newcomb 

Phi Mu; Operetta. 



LEONARD 
COLLINS 

Biloxi, Miss. 
Engineering 



C. BAYLESS 
CONLEY. JR. 
Orlando, Fla. 
Arts and Sciences 
Phi Delta Theta; Vice- 
Pres. Junior Class. 48- 
49; Intramurals; Green- 
backers. 



JOE 
COX 

Logansport, Ind. 
Arts and Sciences 
Basketball. 



BOB 
COLLINS 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
NROTC, Delta Sigma 
Phi; Taffrail Club. 



DAVID J. 

CONROY 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Alpha Tau Omega; 
Sec. -Sophomore Class 
47-48; Pan Hellenic 
Council. 



ROBERT H. 
COX 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



JAMES TED 
COLSON 

Drifton, Fla. 

Arts and Sciences 

Newcomb 



WILLIAM E. 
CORRY 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



ROBERT L. 

cox 

Pine Blulf. Ark. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 






And Lil' Aubrey Has His Eyes Closed 



MARGARET 
CRAIG 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Kappa Gamma; 

Art Club; Westminster 

Fellowship, 

WILLIAM R. 
CULPEPPER 

New Orleans, La. 

Engineering 

NROTC; ASCE; Bap- 
tist Student Union. 



JIMMIE 
DANIELS 

New Orleans, La. 

Engineering 

AROTC; Gamma Delta; 

ASCE. 



ROBERT E. 
CRAIG, III 

New Orleans. La. 

Engineering 

Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



ANTONIO M. 
CUNILLERA 

Dominican Republic. 
Arts and Sciences 



ROBERT M. 
DANOS 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Kappa Sigma. 



HENRY R. 

CRAWFORD 

Buras. La. 

Arts and Sciences 

Deutches Verein. 



MORTIMER L 
CURRAN 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
TUSK; Newman Club,- 
Tulane Young Republi- 
can Club. 

DULANEY 
DART 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi; Surf Maga- 
zine. 



The Wave Rolls On (The Ramp) 



BILL 


ANN 


CRULL 


CRUMP 


Jackson, Miss. 


Dundee, Miss. 


Arts and Sciences 


Newcomb 


Kappa Sigma; NROTC; 


Alpha Omicron Pi 


JAMBALAYA; Campus 




Night; TUSK. 




ANNA RUTH 


ETTA ROSE 


DAHL 


D'ALFONSO 


Fort Worth, Tex. 


New Orleans, La. 


Newcomb 


Newcomb 


Kappa Kappa Gamma; 


Newman Club. 


Canterbury Club. 




PAUL 


VAL J. 


DASTUGUE 


DAUTERIVE. JR 


New Orleans, La. 


Violet, La. 


Commerce 


Engineering 


NROTC; Delta Sigma 




Phi; President Sopho- 




more Class; Chess 




Club; Taffrail Club; 




Glee Club; JAMBA- 




LAYA; Westminster Fel- 




lowship; Glendy Burke. 





CARL A. 
CULICCHIA 
Donna. Tex. 
Arts and Sciences 



FRAN 
DALTON 

Forest City, N. C. 

Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi. 



NORMAN S. 
DAVIDSON 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Commerce 
Zeta Beta Tau. 




UNDEHGHADIJATES 




308 



VIRGINIA 
DAY 

Shreveport, La. 
Newcomb 
Pi Beta Phi. 



LIVINGSTON 
De LANCEY 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Chi. 



ROBERT L. 
DILLENKOFFER 
New Orleans. La. 
Arts and Sciences 



HELEN C. 
DEAL 

New Orleans. La. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta; 

Westminster Fellowship. 



WILLIAM 
De PASS 

New Orleans, La. 

Engineering 

Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



M. KELLY 
DISTEFANO. JR. 

Roseldnd, La. 
Arts and Sciences 



THOMAS N. 
DEANE 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Clii; Lagniappes; 
TUSK. 



MARILYN L. 
DeWINT 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Gamma Delta. TUSK. 



JANE 
DOGGETT 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi; Hullaba- 
loo; Art Club; Wesley 
Foundation; Intramu- 
rals. 



EULALIE 
DEBEN 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 

Phi Mu; Art Club; New- 
man Club. 



LOUIS E. 
DIAMOND 

Houston, Tex. 
Arts and Sciences 
Alpha Tau Omega. 



JACK 

DO LAND 

Lake Arthur, La. 
Arts and Sciences 



ARTHUR 
DEEX 

Berea, Ohio 
Engineering 

NROTC; President En- 
gineering Freshman 
Class; Taffrail Club. 



ROBERT J. 

DICK 

Tulsa, Okla. 

Arts and Sciences 

Kappa Alpha. 



JOAN 
DONALDSON 

Little Rock, Ark. 
Newcomb 

Chi Omega. JAMBA- 
LAYA; Wesley Founda- 
tion; Greenbackers; 
University Theatre. 



TERRY LYNN 
DeJAIVE 

New Orleans. La. 
Newcomb 



MARY JANE 
DILLARD 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi; Art Club; 

Baptist Student Union. 



CLEMENTINE 
DOSKEY 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 

Beta Sigma Omicron; 
Festival Choir; New- 
man Club. 




It Ain't That Bad. Light-Horse 



Roughing It!!?? 



ROBERT L. 


STREUBY L 


J. WARDY 


ARCELIO 


W. H. NORMAN 


SHIRLEY L. 


DRAKE 


DRUMM, JR. 


DUCOTE 


DUCREUX 


DUNCAN 


DUSSOR 


Memphis, Tenn. 


New Orleans, La. 


Cottonport. La, 


Chitre, Republic of 


New Orleans, La. 


New Orleans, La. 


Engineering 


Arts and Sciences 


Engineering 


Panama. 


Commerce 


Newcomb 


Sec.-Treas. Junior Class; 


NROTC; Kappa Alpha; 




Commerce 


Beta Theta Pi. 


Gamma Delta. 


AIEE. 


Greenbackers; Editor of 
ETC. 




Newman Ciub. 






MARQUETTE E. 


LORRAINE A. 


CLAUDIA ANN 


ANDREW W. 


EARL 


FRANK J. 


DUST 


DUVOISIN 


DYKE 


DYKERS, JR. 


GEORGE, JR. 


EBEL, JR. 


New Orleans, La. 


New Orleans, La. 


h/(arshall, Tex. 


New Orleans, La. 


New Orleans, La. 


New Orleans, La. 


Engineering 


Commerce 


Newcomb 


Engineering 


Engineering 


Engineering 






Kappa Alpha Theta; 


Kappa Alpha,- Glee 


Delta Sigma Phi. 


Alpha Tau Omega; 






Glee Club; Wesley 


Club; Operetta. 




ASME. 






Foundation: Fr e n c h 












Club. 








AGATHA 


INA LEE 


MARGARET ANN 


EUGENE J. 


HOWARD 


MYRON 


EDMONSON 


EDREHI 


EDWARDS 


EHRHART 


EICHENBAUM 


EICHLER 


New Orleans. La. 


Pensacola, Fla. 


Oakdale, La. 


New Orleans, La. 


Little Rock. Ark. 


Brooklyn. N. Y. 


Newcomb 


Newcomb 


Newcomb 


Arts and Sciences 


Engineering 


Arts and Sciences 


Pi Beta Phi; TUSK. 


Alpha Epsilon Phi. 


Chi Omega,- Art Club 


NROTC. 


Zeta Beta Tau; AROTC; 


Pre-Med. Society; Hil 






Canterbury Club. 




T. Arch. Soc. 


lei Foundation; Int 
Zionist Fed. of Am. 







UIVDERGHADUATES 




310 



BETTY 
EIKEL 

New Orleans. La. 
Newcomb 

A Cappella Choir; Fes- 
tival Choir. 



RICHARD P. 
ELLIS 

New Orleans, La, 
Arts and Sciences 
NROTC; Alpha Tau 
Onnega. 



PAUL 
ESTACHY 

Arts and Sciences 
New Orleans, La. 



E. WARREN 
EISNER 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Arts and Sciences 
Kappa Nu. 



PHYLLIS 

EMLINS 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Chi Omega; Glee Club; 
Art Club. 



EMILE F. 

EVANS 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Delta Sigma Phi. 



WILLARD R. 
EISNER 

New Yorl<, N. Y. 
Arts and Sciences 
Zeta Beta Tau; AROTC; 
Pre-Med. See; Hulla- 
baloo; Deutches Verein; 
Glee Club. 



MARGARET 
ENDRESS 

Fort Worth, Tex. 
Newcomb 

Chi Omega; Westmin- 
ster Fellowship. 



PHALLIE 
EVANS 

Lake Piovldence, 
Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta; 
JAMBALAYA; Hullaba- 
loo; Newman Club; 
Campus Night; Green- 
backers; Urchin. 



La. 



PERRY J. 

EKMAN 

New Orleans. La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Zeta Beta Tau. 



HARRY L 
ENGELHARDT 

New Orleans, La. 

Engineering 

AtEE; Baptist Student 

Union. 



BILL D. 
EVANS 

Sedalia, Mo. 
Commerce 



GARY C. 

ELLIOTT 

Houston, Tex. 
Arts and Sciences 
Alpha Tau Omega, 



ENSENAT 

Merida, Yucatan, 
Newcomb 



VERNON L. 
EWING, JR. 

New Orleans. La. 
Engineering 



HOMER G. 
ELLIS 
Biloxi, Miss. 
Arts and Science 
Kappa Sigma 



OLIVER 
ERNST 

New Orleans. La. 

Commerce 

AROTC; Beta Theta Pi, 



ELAINE 
FABACHER 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 




The Team On Saturday Night 



VIRGINIA 
FAIRFAX 

New Orleans. La. 

Newcomb 

PI Beta Phi; Art Club; 

Newman Club. 



JERALD 
FELDMAN 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Alpha Mu. 



MARY PATRICIA 
FIN LEY 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Delta Zeta; Greenback- 

ers. 



HERMAN (Corlcy) 
FALBAUM 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Wesley Foundation. 



JEFFREY L. 
FELL 

Shreveporf, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Phi Kappa Sigma. 



JOHN S. 
FISCHER 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Alpha Tau Omega; 
Physics Club. 



ELTON E. 
FALLON 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 



JOHN A. 
FERRIS, JR. 

Corpus Christi, Tex. 

Arts and Sciences 

Phi Kappa Sigma; 

Alpha Alpha Phi 
Omega; Pre-Med. So- 
ciety; Band; Newman 
Ciub. 



JOHN W. 
FISCHER 
Bangor, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 



Pancho Your Date, Daisy Mae 



THOMAS S. 
FARMER 

New Orleans, La. 

Engineering 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



JOANY 
FIELD 

Detroii', Mich. 
Newcomb 
Alpha Epsilon 
JAMBALAYA. 



MORRIS 

FISCHER 

New Orleans, La. 



JAMES C. 
FAUST 

New Orleans, 

Commerce 

Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



La. 



MARGARET 
FIELD 

Lake Charles, La. 

Newcomb 

Chi Omega; Athletic 

Council. 



LEILA 

FLOURNOY 
New Orleans, La. 
Pi Beta Phi; Canter- 
bury Club; Intramural 
Council. 



HENRI M. 
FAVROT, JR. 

New Orleans, La. 

Engineering 

Delta Kappa Epsilon; 

NROTC; ETA; T. Arch. 

Soc; Taffrail Club. 



MILTON H. 
FINGER 
Youngstown, Ohio. 
Engineering 
Delta Sigma Phi. 



JOHN ROBERT 
FLOWERS, JR. 

New Orleans, La. 
Beta Theta Pi; Glendy 
Burke. 




UNDERGRADUATES 




312 



PEGGY 
FLOWERS 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Wesley Foundation, 



MARILYN DILL 
FOLSE 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta; 

Newman Club. 



MARY ALICE 
FOURNIER 

New Orleans, La. 

Commerce 

Delta Zeta; Newman 

Club. 



PAUL W. 
FLOYD. JR. 

Houston. Tex. 
Arts and Sciences 
NROTC; Wesley Foun- 
dation; Taffrail Club. 



HARRIET RUTH 
FORCADE 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 



JUDY 
FOWLER 

Port Arthur, Tex. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta; 

Glee Club; Intramurals. 



ROBERT M. 
FLOYD, JR. 

New Orleans', La, 
Commerce 
Sec.-Treas, Class, 
1948-49. 



MALCOLM 
FORSYTH 

Alexandria, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



SUE 
FRANCIS 

Hattiesburg, Miss. 
Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta; 
Glee Club; Baptist Stu- 
dent Union. 



ROBERT T. 
FLY 

Houston, Tex. 
Arts and Sciences 
Phi Delta Theta. 



MARY R. 

FOSTER 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi; Canterbury 

Club. 



ELEANOR 
FRANCISCO 

Lafayette, La. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Kappa Gamma; 

JAMBALAYA: Wesley 

Foundation. 



MILDRED MARY 
FOLEY 

New Orleans, La. 
Commerce 

Delta Zeta: JAMBA- 
LAYA; YWCA; Newman 
Club. 



DIANE 
FOURNET 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Beta Slqma Omicron; 

Physics Club. 



NANCY 
FRANKEL 

Toronto, Canada. 
Newcomb 



BERNARD M. 
FOLSE 

Thibodaux, La. 
Commerce 



JOHN D. 
FOURNET 

New Orleans, La- 
Arts and Sciences 
Delta Kappa Epsilon, 



H. J. 

FRANKLIN 

New Orleans. La. 
Engineering 




Who Said Violet Didn't Drink 



MARSOT 
FRANTZEN 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Delta Pi. Glee 

Club; Newman Club. 



NATHALIE 
GANUCHEAU 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta. 



HELEN ANN 
GARRETT 

Shreveport, La. 

Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi: 

Club, 



JEAN 
FRAZIER 

Shreveport, La, 

Newcomb 

Zeta Tau Alpha; Glee 

Club; Baptist Student 

Union, TUSK. 



ROSITA 
GARCIA 

Wilmington, 
Newcomb 

Hullabaloo. 



MARGARET B. 
GARRETT 

Shreveport, La. 

Newcomb 
Pi Beta Phi. 



LEONARD 
FUHRER 

Alexandria, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Kappa Nu; Pan Hel- 
lenic; Radio Workshop. 



ISABEL HUNT 
GARDNER 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
Festival Choir; Oper- 
etta; Art Club; Dance 

Club; Oreades, 

ELIZABETH R. 
GARRISON 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 

Chi Omega; Westmin- 
ster Fellowship; Uni- 
versity Theatre. 



In The Evening By the Lamp-Lite 



JOHN H. 
GALLION 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Kappa Sigma, NROTC; 

Canterbury Club; Taff- 
rail Club. 



J. WARREN 

GARDNER 

New Orleans, La. 

Commerce 

Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



ROY NEWELL 
GASTON 

New Orleans, La. 
Engineering 



DAVID ABRAHAM 
GALO 

Tegucigalpa, Honduras. 
Arts and Sciences 



WILLIAM P. 
GARDNER 

New Orleans, La. 

Engineering 

Kappa Alpha; NROTC. 



ALLEN OAKLEY 
GATTIS 
El Paso, Tex. 
Arts and Sciences 
Kappa Alpha. 



MARGEE 
GANDOLFO 
New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 

Chi Omega; Sec. Fresh- 
man Class 47-48; Pres. 
Sophomore Class 1948- 
49; Newman Club; 
Greenbackers. 

DONALD 
GARREH 

Westweqo, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Alpha Phi Omega. 



MARVIN M. 
GAUTIER 

Pascagoula, Miss. 

Engineering 

Kappa Alpha; NROTC; 

ASCE. 




UIVDEHGHADUATES 




314 



CAROLINE 
GAVIN 

Serasotd, Fla. 
Newcomb 



MARY GEALES 
GILCHRIST 
Gilchrist, Ore. 
Commerce 

JAMBALAYA; Canter- 
bury Club. 



JOHN 
GLEASON, JR. 

Arts and Sciences 
Shaker Heights, Ohio. 
Hullabaloo; Newman 

Club; Green backers; 
Golf Team. 



WILLIAM L 
GEARY 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Delta Kappa Epsilon; 
NROTC; Pres. Freshman 
Class 1948-49. 



KENNETH RAY 
GILLELAND 
Chickasha, Okla. 
Arts and Sciences 
Baptist Student Union; 
Gamma Epsilon Omi- 



SHIRLEY 
GLOSSERMAN 

Lockhart, Tex. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Epsilon Phi. 



NANCY RENAIR 
GEHR 

Alexandria, La. 
Newcomb 



CLAUDE G. 
GILLETTE, JR. 

Stuttgart, Ark. 
Arts and Sciences 
Kappa Sigma. 



WALTRAUT 
GOEDECKE 

Hallettsville, Tex. 

Newcomb 

Beta Sigma Omicron. 



LEATRICE J. 

GERSTENBLITH 

Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Newcomb 

Hillel Foundation; 

Relations Club. 



JARED 
GILMORE 

Morgan City, La. 
Arts and Sciences 



JANE E. (EYES) 
GOLDMAN 

St, Petersburg, Fla. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Epsilon Ptii. La 

Tertuiia; Int. Relations 

Club. 



ESTHER WALTON 

GILBERT 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Phi Mu; Glee Club. 



GERALDINE A. 
GINSBURG 

New Castle, Pa. 
Newcomb 



LEONARD A. 
GOLDSTEIN 

Beaumont, Tex. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Alpha Mu; Hil- 
lel Foundation. 



MARY 
GILBERT 

New Orleans, 

Newcomb 

Phi Mu; Glee Club. 



La. 



MARY FRANCES 
GIORDANO 

Newcomb 
Bogalusa. La. 



^MARILYN GLADYS 
GOLL 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

TUSK: Gamma Delta. 




Hey Babe-e-e-e 



HERNANDO 
GOMEZ 

Bogata, Col., S. A. 
Arts and Sciences 



CAROL 

GRANBERRY 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Omicron Pi; 

Club. 



ANN IRENE 
GREENSLIT 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Kappa Gamma; 

Treas. Sophomor* 

Class; ^.a,i l. w. 



JULIAN H. 
GOOD 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Zeta Beta Tau; Glee 
Club; Operetta. 



SHIRLEY ANN . 
GRAU 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Int. Relations Club. 



JOHN EDWARD 
GRENIER 

New Orleans, La. 

Engineering 

Delta Kappa Epsilon; 

AlofCE. 



GLORIA JEAN 
GOODMAN 

Newcomb 

Alpha Epsilon Phi; Art 

Club. 



ROBERT 

GREEN 

Wichita, Kas. 

Arts and Sciences 

NROTC; Kappa Sigma. 



MASON 
GRIFF 

Waltham, Mass, 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Alpha Mu; Hil- 
lel Foundation; Deut- 
ches Verein. 



Life Gets Tedious 



JOAN 
GOODMAN 

New York. N. Y. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Epsilon Phi. 



SHIRLEY E. 
GREEN 
Houston, Tex. 
Newcomb 

Alpha Delta Pi; Hulla- 
baloo; Art Club,- TUSK. 



MARY CARROLL 
GROCE 

Victoria, Tex. 

Newcomb 

Zeta Tau Alpha,' Glee 

Club; Canterbury Club. 



EMILY 
GOSS 

Shreveport, La. 
Newcomb 
Kappa Alpha 
Glee Club. 



ANNE 
GREENE 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Omicron Pi. 



FLEURETTE 
GROSS 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Delta Pi; Glee 

Club; Gamma Delta. 



SONNY 
GOULD 

Tulsa, Okla. 

Arts and Sciences 



PATTY 
GREENFIELD 



La. 



New Orleans, 
Newcomb 

Dance Club; Canter- 
bury Club. 



VILMA ANN 
GROSZ 



New Orleans, 
Commerce 
Delta Zeta. 



!ja'/.-:r«T?T,JJ»«WP* ■ 




UNDERGRADUATES 











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316 



RAYMOND E. 
GRZELEWSKI 

New Orleans, La. 
Commerce 



JACK 
GURRY 

New Orleans, La. 
Commerce 
Sigma Alpha Mu. 



JACK D. 
HALLARON 

New Orleans, La, 

Commerce 

Newman Club; Head 

Drum Major. 



JAIME 
GUACHALLA 

Bolivia, S. A. 
Arts and Sciences 



JAMES ROY 
GUYTON, JR. 

Tupelo, Miss. 
Arts and Sciences 
Band: Baptist Student 
Union; TUSK. 



TED F. 

HALLER, JR. 

New Orleans, La. 

Commerce 

Phi Kappa Sigma. 



WILTON J. 
GUILLORY 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 



o. L 

HAAS, JR. 
Vacherie. La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Pi. 



ALVIN K. 
HALPERN 

New Orleans, La. 
Commerce 
Sigma Alpha Mu. 



NELL E. 
GUILLOT 

New Orleans, 

Newcomb 

Alpha Delta Pi; La Ter- 

tulia. 



La. 



DAVID COWLE 
HAMILTON 

Little Rock, Ark 
Commerce 

Sigma Chi; Vice-Presi- 
dent Junior Class 1948. 



DONALD G. 
GUINEE 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Beta Theta Pi. 



GRETCHEN 
HANEMANN 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Beta Sigma Omicron. 



AL 
GUIRARD 

St. Martinville, 
Commerce 



TOM 




CARL B. 


TOMMY 


HABIG 




HAKENJOS 


HALL 


Jasper. Ind. 




New Orleans. La. 


New Orleans, La. 


Commerce 




Engineering 


Commerce 


Sigma Clii; Uni 


Mgr., 


Delta Tau Delta: Alpha 


NROTC: Beta Theta P 


Junior Year. 




Phi Omega: ASME; 
Greenbackers. 





MARILLYN 
HANEMANN 

New Orleans. La. 

Newcomb 

Beta Sigma Omicron 




Ptomaine Tavern's Desert 



CONNIE 
HANLEY 

Jacksonville, III. 
Commerce 

AROTC; Sigma Chi; 
Vice-President Com- 
merce Class 1948; bas- 
ketball. 



MARY M. 
HANNAH 

Shreveport, La. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Kappa Gamma; 

Dormitory Council. 



ROBERT V. 
HASKELL 

New Orleans. La. 
Engineering 



La. 



MARIE M. 
HATREL 

New Orleans, 

Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta; 

Art Club; Newman 

Club. 



WILBUR C. 
HANTEL 

New Orleans, La. 
Engineering 
Delta Sigma Phi. 



JOYCE 




DONALD J. 




JOSEPH S. 




HARPER 




HARRIS 




HARRIS 




Memphis, Tenn. 




New Orleans, La. 




New Orleans, La. 




Newcomb 




Arts and Sciences 




Sigma Alpha 


Mu 


Alpha Omicron Pi 


La 


Alpha Tau Ome 


g^: 


Greenbackers. 




Tertulia; YWCA. 




AROTC. 









HERBERT E. 
HAUER 

New Orleans, I 

Engineering 

AIEE. 



Move Your Nose, Stoclcer, We Can't See 



ROBERT L. 


ELI B. 




BILLIE A. 


HARGRAVE 


HARMON 




HARPER 


Wichita Falls, Tex. 


New York, N. Y. 




Monroe, La. 


Arts and Sciences 


Arts and Sciences 




Newcomb 


Alpha Phi Omega; 


AROTC; Hillel Founda- 


Kappa Alpha 


Newman Club; Campus 


tion; Int. Zionist 


Fed. 


Glee Club. 


Night; Radio Work- 


of Am. Int. Rela 


tions 




shop. 


Club; Radio Work 


hop. 




WALKER 


C. HAROLD 




JULIAN L. 


HARRIS 


HART, JR. 




HARWELL 


New Orleans, La. 


New Orleans, La. 




Tonkawa, Okla. 


Beta Theta Pi; Tennis 


Engineering 




Arts and Scien 


Team. 


Kappa Sigma,' 


Tau 


Kappa Sigma; 1 




Kappa Alpha. 




Society. 



PATZY 

HAUSMANN 

New Orleans, La. 

Commerce 

Alpha Epsilon Phi. 



FRANK A. 
HAVA 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Pi. 



MARY ANNE 
HEBERT 

New Orleans, La. 

Commerce 

Alpha Omicron Pi; 

Lagniappes; Newman 

Club. 








^^^^mm^ "^ 





UNDERGRADUATES 




313 



EVA LOUISE 
HELLMERS 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 

A Cappella Choir; Fes- 
tival Choir; Glee Club; 
Opera; Operetta; New- 
man Club. 



SUSAN 
HILL 

Lake Charles, 
Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi; YWCA; 
Westminster Fellow- 

ship. 



La. 



ROSLYN 

HIRSBERG 
Friars Point, Miss. 
Newcomb 



JOHN A. 
HELMER 

New Orleans, La. 

Engineering 

Newman Club; Math. 

Club; AIEE. 



MARGARET 

HILZIM 

New Orleans. La. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Kappa Ganr 



EMILY ROSE 
HIRSCH 

Opelousas, La. 
Newcomb 



K. WILLIAM 
HESS 

Kenner, La. 
Engineering 
Kappa Sigma; AlofCE. 



CHERI 

HINDS 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi; In 

murals: TUSK. 



CAROL LORCH 
HIRSCH 
Dallas. Tex. 
Newcomb 
Alpha Epsilon Pi, 



ROBERT TALMAN 
HESS 

New Orleans, La. 

Engineering 

Kappa Sigma; ASME; 

Campus Night. 



JOHN A. 

HINE 

Port Arthur. Tex 

Engineering 



■MARVIN A. 
HIXON 

Naples. Fla, 
Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Med Society. 



WILLIAM J. 

HESS, JR. 

New Orleans, La. 

Engineering 

AROTC: T. Arch. Soc. 

Band; Newman Club. 



CHARLES F. 
HINRICHS 
Arts and Sciences 
Theta Chi. 



PHYLLIS 
HOBBS 

Newcomb 

Chi Omega; Glee Club; 

Wesley Foundation. 



FRANK 

HILDEBRAND 

Jennings, La, 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Chi; Westmin- 
ster Fellowship; Deu*- 
ches Verein. 



PAT SULLIVAN 
HINRICHSEN 
Houston. Tex. 
Newcomb 

Alpha Delta Pi; New- 
man Club. 



WILLIAM F. 
HODGDEN 

Valleio. Calif. 

Engineering 

Beta Theta Pi; NROTC; 

Taffrail Club. 





Breaking Training, Eh Maddox? 



CATHERINE Z. 
HODGES 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Omicron Pi. 



ROBERT E. 
HOOD 

New Orleans, La. 
Commerce 
Sigma Pi; Urchin. 



JOHN E. 
HUDSON, JR. 

Covington, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Vice-President Freshman 
Class 48-49. 



GERALD R. 
HOEHN 

New Orleans, La. 
Commerce 



RAY s. 

HOOPER 

Boling, Tex. 

Arts and Sciences 

AROTC. 



JIMMY 
HUFF 

Shreveport, La, 

Arts and Sciences 

Beta Theta Pi; Lagniap- 

pes. 



HONEY HELEN 
HOHENBERG 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Newcomb 
Alpha Epsilon Phi; 
Relations Club. 



MARILYN JUNE 
HOPPMEYER 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 



KILLIAN L 
HUGER, JR. 

New Orleans, La. 
Commerce 
Kappa Alpha. 



MARY JO 
HOLLAND 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 

Phi Mu; Greenbackers, 



HARRY T. 
HOWARD 

New Orleans, La. 

Commerce 

Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



Now Isn't This Absurd 



JOSEPH C. 
HOLLiDAY 

New Orleans, La. 
Commerce 



JOHN J. 
HUBER, JR. 

New Orleans. La. 
Engineering 
Sigma Pi. 



JAMES A. 
HUMPHREYS, JR. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Engineering 

Alpha Tau Omega; 

NROTC. 



LAWRENCE 
HUNT, JR. 

McComb, Miss. 

Commerce 

Alpha Tau Omega. 



JERRY 

HONEYCUTT 
Hawkins, Tex. 
Arts and Sciences 
Delta Sigma Phi; West- 
minster Fellowship. 



FRANK 

HUDSON 

Eagle Pass, Tex. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sec.-Treas. Freshman 
Class 1948. 



ERNEST W. 
HUPPERICH, JR. 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
AROTC; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. 




IIIVDEHGHADUATES 




320 



DANIEL P. 
HURLEY 

Brooklyn, New York 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Pi; NROTC; 
Taffrail Club. 



DONALD B. 
JACKSON 

McComb, Miss. 

Engineering 

Phi Kappa Sigma. 



BILL 
JAMESON 

Camden, Ark. 
Arts and Sciences 
Phi Kappa Sigma. 
Glee Club: Baptist Stu- 
dent Union; Gamma 
Epsilon Omicron. 



MARIS D. 
HURT 

Coconut Grove, 

Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta 



Fla. 



JOHN E. 

JACKSON, JR. 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
NROTC; Beta Theta Pi; 
Taffrail Club. 



HAROLD A. 
JAMISON 

Logansport, Ind. 
Arts and Sciences 
Kappa Sigma; Green- 
backers; Basketball. 



SUSAN PERCY 
HYAMS 

New Orleans. La. 

Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi; Art Club; 

Westminster Fellowship. 



SHIRLEY MOORE 
JACKSON 

New Orleans. La. 
Newcomb 



MERVINE 
JANKOWER 

Rayne, La. 
Commerce 
Zeta Beta Tau. 



EMILE F. 
IBELE, JR. 
New Orleans, 
Commerce 



HERMINE 
JACOBS 

Rosedale, Miss. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Epsilon Phi. 



ELIZABETH J. 
JANSSEN 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta; 

Treasurer Sophomore 
Class. 



ROBERT DUKE 
IRVINE 

New Orleans. La. 

Engineering 

T. Arch Society. 



LEO RICHARD 
JALENAK, JR. 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Commerce 
Zeta Beta Tau. 



JAMES BECK 
JEFFREY 

Jeanerett, La, 
Engineering 
NROTC; ASCE; Taff- 
rail Club. 



COLVILLE C. 
JACKSON, JR. 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



SALLY 
JAMES 

Swarthmore, Pa. 

Newcomb 

Zeta Tau Alpha; JAM- 

BALAYA; Pan Hellenic; 

Westminster Fellowship; 

TUSK. 



D. LAINE 
JOHNSON 

Saucier, Miss. 
Arts and Sciences 




This, My Friends, Is A Record 



HOMER K. 
JOHNSON. JR. 

Kenner, La. 

Arts and Sciences 

Phi Kappa Sigma. 



G. TORRIE 
JONES 

Jackson, Miss, 
Arts and Sciences 
Delta Tau Delta; Alpha 
Phi Omega; Alpha Chi 
Sigma; JAMBALAYA; 
Glendy Burke. 



LEON 
KAHN 

Morgan City, La. 
Commerce 
Zeta Beta Tau. 



RICHARD JAY 
JOHNSON 
New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Chi. 



FOSTER 
JONES 

Atlanta, Ga 
Newcomb 



MARGIE 
KAHN 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Epsilon Phi. 



JANE EVELYN 
JOHNSTON 

New Orleans. La. 

Newcomb 

Delta Zeta: Hullabaloo: 

Newman Club, 



ROBERT T. 
JONES 

Houston, Tex. 
Engineering 
Sigma Chi. 



ANDREA E. 
KAMBUR 

New Orleans. La. 
Newcomb 
Newman Club. 



And This Year We Really Did 



BEN J. 
JOINER, JR. 

Cliarlotte, N. C. 

Commerce 

Phi Delta Theta; 

AROTC; Westminster 

Fellowship; Lagniap- 

pes. 



DOUGLAS 
JOUBERT 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Pi; NROTC; 
Newman Club; Taffrail 
Club. 



JOAN 
KASTLER 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 
Alpha Omicron 
Athletic Council. 



BETTY JEAN 
JONES 

Newcomb 

Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



DOROTHY 
JUNG 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Delta Pi; Math. 

Club. 



SALLY 
KASTLER 

Newcomb 

Alpha Omicron PI, 



GORDON S. 
JONES 

New Orleans, La. 
Engineering 
Canterbury Club. 



DON BERNARD 
KAHAN 
Mission, Kas. 
Arts and Sciences 
Zeta Beta Tau; Foot- 
ball. 



WILLIAM 
KAY 

University Hts, Ohio 

Engineering 

Delta Kappa Epsilon. 




UinEHGHADUATES 




322 



CLAUDE J. 
KELLY. JR. 

New Orleans, La. 

Engineering 

Kappa Sigma; New 

man; ASCE. 



HANK 
KETCHUM 

Galveston, Tex. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Chi. 



GERALDINE M. 

KELLY 

Monterrey. Mexico 

Newcomb 

Zetd Tau Alpha. 



FERDIE 

KIBODEAUX 

Jennings, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Chi. 



JAMES H. 
KENNEDY 

Gulfport. Miss. 
Engineering 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
Tulane AIA; T, Arch So- 
ciety. 



NANCYE M. 
KIMMEL 

Miami, Fla. 

Newcomb 

Westminster Fellowship; 

TUSK. 



JONAS 




CAROLYN BLUM 


CARL A. 


WALTER SCOTT 


LEONARD 


J. A. 


KISBER, JR. 




KLEIN 


KLINE 


KNIERIEMEN 


KOCH 


KOOB 


Jackson, Tenn. 




New Orleans, La. 


San Antonio, Tex. 


Jersey City, N. J. 


San Antonio, Tex. 


New Orleans, La 


Arts and Sciences 


Newcomb 


Commerce 


Arts and Sciences 


Arts and Sciences 


Engineering 


Zeta Beta Tau- 


TUSK. 


Alpha Epsilon Phi; 
TUSK. 


Pi Kappa Alpha; 
Greenbackers. 


NROTC. 




AlorCHE; TUSK. 



FRANCES M. 
KENTNER 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 

JAMBALAYA; Pan Hel- 
lenic Council. 



RUTH PERKINS 
KING 

Leesville, La. 

Newcomb 

Chi Omega; Dormitory 

Council; Canterbury 

Club. 



JOHNNY 

KERRIGAN 

Pass Christian, Miss. 

Engineering 

Beta Theta Pi. 



VIRGINIA 
KING 



Leesville, La. 
Newcomb 
Chi Omega, 



TERRY 
KESSLER 

Kenmore. N. Y. 
Commerce 



NOMA MAE 
KIRCHBERG 

New Orleans. La, 
Commerce 
Delta Zeta. 




Which Proves — All the Bones Are Connected 



MARGOT 
KRAMER 

Michigan City, Ind. 
Newcomb 

Alpha Epsilon Phi; 
JAMBALAYA; Hullaba- 
loo. 

ROBERT 
LAGARDE 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Beta Theta Pi; NI^OTC. 



GLIDE VERNON 
LANDRETH, JR. 

Oakland, Miss. 
Arts and Sciences 
Kappa Alpha. 



MARGUERITA K. 
KRESTENSEN 

Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. 

Newcomb 

Beta Sigma Omicron; 

Glee Club; Gamma 

Delta; TUSK. 

CHLOE 

LAIN 

Delray Beach, Fla. 

Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi. 



E. B. 
LANDRY 

New Orleans, La. 
Engineering 

Kappa Sigma; Secre- 
tary Freshman Engineer- 
ing. 



WILDER K. 
KUHN 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Pi. 



CARLOS 

LAMAR 

Mevico D. F., Mexico 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
AROTC. 



MARGARET 
LANDRY 

Houma, La. 
Newcomb 
Chi Omega. 



Alun 



Wheels Visit Ole War SIcule 



STANTON LEE 
KURZMAN 

Brookline, Mass. 

Commerce 

Sigma Alpha K 

TUSK. 



GEORGE G. 
LAMBOUSY 

Jennings, La. 
Engineering 

Alpha Chi Sigma; Al- 
of ChE; Student Af- 
filiates of Am. Chem. 
Soc. 

KEN 

LANGGUTH 

New Orleans, La. 

Commerce 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



JOHN K. 

LABERTEAUX 

Niles. Mich. 

Engineering 

Alpha Tau Omega; 
Glee Club; Techni-Tor- 
que; Radio Club. 

c. p. 

LAMPROS 

Rome, Ga. 
Arts and Sciences 
Delta Sigma Phi; Can- 
terbury Club. 



LOUIS PHILIPPE 
LARUE 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Chi; A Cappella 
Choir; Festival Choir; 
Glee Club; Operetta; 
JAMBALAYA; Fencing 
Club. 



JACQUELINE 
LAFRANCA 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 



SAMUEL P. 
LANDERS 
Deal, N. J. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Alpha Mu. 



MARIE T. 

LARUE 

New Orleans. La. 

Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi; Art Club; 

Newman Club. 




UIVnERGHADU/lTES 




324 



JAMES ALLAN 
LASTRAPES 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 



GEORGES E. 
LeBLANC, JR. 

Paincourfvijle, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
NROTC. 



ARMAND A. 
LEGENDRE, JR. 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
NROTC; Kappa Sigma. 



A. KNIGHT 
LAVENDER 
New Orleans. La. 
Arts and Sciences 



GRETA 
LeBLANC 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Phi Mu; Newman Club; 

TUSK. 



KATHERINE 
LEGENDRE 

New Orleans, La, 

Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; 

Operetta. 



CHUCK 
LAWRENCE 

New Orleans. La. 
Commerce 
NROTC; Sigma Chi. 



ALBERT N. 
LECHTER 
Newark, N. J. 
Commerce 
Kappa Nu; Hillel 
Foundation. 



FRANCIS E. 
LeJEUNE, JR. 
New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Beta Theta Pi. 



JEAN 
LAWSON 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; 

Newman Club. 



EUGENIE 
LeDOUX 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Kappa Gamma; 

Lagniappes; TUSK. 



PATRICIA JANE 
LEMIEUX 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Phi Mu. 



PAUL A. 
LEA 

Overton, Tex. 
Arts and Sciences 
A Cappella Choir; Fes- 
tival Choir; Glee Club; 
Operetta; TUSK. 



RUSSELL F. 
LeDOUX 

Port Arthur, Tex. 
Arts and Sciences 
Pi Kappa Alpha. 



L. C. 
LEONARD 

New Oileans, La. 

Engineering 

Delta Kappa Epsilon; 

NROTC; Taffrail Club. 



TOM 

LEACH 

New Orleans, La. 

Arts and Sciences 

Delta Sigma Phi; TUSK. 



NANCY 
LEEPER 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta, 



DAVID J. 
LEVINE 

Roxbury, Mass, 

Engineering 
Kappa Nu; Pan 
lenic Council. 




We Were Hard Up For Snaps 



wheels Of Progress 



FERDINAND K. 


JANE S. 




JANET M. 


ALFRED L 


CLAIRE 


NORMA 


LEVY 


LEVY 




LEVY 


LEWIS 


LEWIS 


LEWIS 


New Orleans, La. 


New Orleans, La. 




New Orleans, La. 


Amite, La. 


Amite, La. 


Naval Station, Algiers 


Arts and Sciences 


Commerce 




Newcomb 


Arts and Sciences 


Newcomb 


Newcomb 


Zeta Beta Tau; Math. 


Alpha Epsilon 


Phi; 


Beta Sigma Omicroni 


Delta Kappa Epsilon; 


Chi Omega; Recording 


PI Beta Phi; Newcomb 


Club. 


JAMBALAYA; Hull 
loo. 


aba- 


Freshman Class Presi- 
dent 1948; Honor 
Board. 


Pan Hellenic Council. 


Secretary of Student 
Body 48-49; Swimming 
Club. 


English Club; SURF. 


AUDREY H. 


JOHN E. 




E. S. 


RICHARD J. 


PAUL H. .. 


SOL 


LIGGET 


LINDNER, JR. 




LINDSEY 


LIPINSKI 


LITNER 


LITT 


Valley Forge, Pa. 


New Orleans, La. 




Elsa, Tex. 


Erie, Pa. 


Great Neck, N. Y. 


Chicago, III. 


Newcomb 


Arts and Sciences 




Arts and Sciences 


Arts and Sciences 


Commerce 


Arts and Sciences 


Festival Choir; Glee 






NROTC; Westminster 




AROTC; Zeta Beta Tau; 


AROTC; Zeta Beta Tau; 


Club. 






Fellowship: Taffrail 
Club. 




Glee Club; Taffrail 
Club. 


Glee Club; Hullabaloo. 


ANDREA 


EMANUEL F. 




JULES 


JACK 


SUMNER 


JOHN L. 


LIVAUDAIS 


LIVAUDAIS, JR. 




LIZARRAGA 


LOHMAN 


LONG 


LOPEZ, JR. 


New Orleans, La. 


New Orleans, La. 




New Orleans, La. 


New Orleans, La, 


Anniston, Ala. 


Arts and Sciences 


Newcomb 


Commerce 




Engineering 


Engineering 


Arts and Sciences 


Sigma Pi, 


Chi Omega; JAMBA- 


Phi Delta Theta; 


Delta Sigma Phi; Sec- 




Kappa Sigma: NROTC; 




LAYA; Dance Club. 


AROTC. 




retary Treasurer Fresh' 
man Class '48 Engineer 




Taffrail Club. 
NROTC. 






UIVDEHGHADUATES 




326 



MANUEL 


RONNIE 


THOMAS E. 


LOPEZ 


LORIA 


LOUIS 


Managua, Nicaragua 


New Orleans. La. 


New Orleans, La. 


Arts and Sciences 


Arts and Sciences 


Engineering 




Alpha Tau Omega; Pre- 


Alpha Chi Sigma 




medlcal Society; Green- 


AlofChE; Math. Club. 




backers. 




EDWARD B. 


JANE LEE 


YVONNE 


LUDWIG 


LUFT 


LYLE 


New Orleans, La. 


New Orleans, La. 


Bay City, Tex. 


Engineering 


Newcomb 


Newcomb 


NROTC; Delta Kappa 


Beta Sigma Omicron; 


Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club 


Epsllon. 


Dance Club; YWCA; 
Gamma Delta; TUSK; 
Intramurals. 


Canterbury Club. 



JOHN F. 

McCLOSKEY, JR. 

New Orleans. La. 

Commerce 

Beta Theta Pi; NROTC. 



WILLIAM B. 
McCONKEY 

Jackson, Miss. 

Commerce 

Alpha Tau Orr 

NROTC. 



GRACE ADAIR 
McCONNELL 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 



TED 
LOWREY 

Hot Springs. Ark. 
Arts and Sciences 
Phi Kappa Sigma; Pre- 
Med Society; Baptist 
Student Union. 

BETTY 
LYONS 

Jackson, Miss. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Kappa Gamma; 

Lagniappes; TUSK. 



CHARLENE W. 
McCORKLE 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi; Pan Hel- 
lenic Council; Canter- 
bury Club; Young Re- 
publican Club; Wom- 
en's Independent Vot- 
ers. 



KAY 
LOWRY 

Tyler. Tex. 
Newcomb 
Pi Beta Phi. 



ROBERT W. 

McAFEE 

New Orleans. La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Festival Choir; Glee 
Club; Operetta; West- 
minster; Fellowship. 



THOMAS L. 
McCOY, JR. 

New Orleans, La. 

Engineering 

ASME. 



BETTY JANE 
LUCAS 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

YWCA; Glee Club. 



BEVERLY ANN 
McARTHUR 

New Orleans. La. 
Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi; Assets; A 
Cappella Choir; Festi- 
val Choir; Glee Club; 
Operetta; Newman 
Club; Campus Night; 
Lagniappes; Swimming 
Club. 

MIRIAM 
McDERMOTT 



New Orleans, 
Newcomb 
Glee Club; 
Club. 



La. 




One of the Editors Was a Sigma Chi 



CLYDE D. 

McDonald 

Greenville. Miss. 

Engineering 

NROTC. 



MARYLEN 
McKENZIE 

Pawhuska, Okla. 
Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta; 
Canterbury Club; Uni- 
versity Theatre. 



FRANCES 
McSHANE 
Greenwood. Miss. 
Newcomb 
Phi Mu; TUSK. 



ROSEMARY M. 
McCONNELL 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Delta Pi; Ne 

man Club; TUSK. 



EUGENIA 

McLaughlin 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Chi Omega; Intramu 

als; TUSK. 



KIMO WILDER 
McVAY 

Honolulu, Hawaii 
Arts and Sciences 
Kappa Alpha. 



PATSY JO 
McDOWELL 

Napoleonville, La. 

Newcomb 

Delta Zeta; Festival 

Choir,- Pan Hellenic; 

Christian Science Org. 



KENNETH 
McLEOD. JR. 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
JAMBALAYA. 



GAYLE 
MACKENROTH 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Phi Mu. 



There Goes Long Again 



LOUIS G. 
McGEE. JR. 

New Orleans, La. 
Commerce 
Si^gma Chi. 



JACK 
McNEELY 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
University Theatre, 



SAM E. 

MACLIN 

Sherman, Tex. 

Commerce 

Phi Delta Theta. 



MARION ANNE 
MclNTOSH 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Phi Mu; YWCA. 



MICHAEL J. 
McNULTY, JR. 
Franklin, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



PAUL F. 
MADDALENA 
Trenton, N, J. 
Arts and Sciences 



JOAN 
MciNTYRE 

New Orleans. La, 

Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi. 



TRICIA 
McRAVEN 

Little Rock, Ark. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Delta Pi; New 

man Club; Cinem. 

Guild. 



ANN 

MADDREY 

Fort Worth. Tex. 

Newcomb 

Zeta Tau Alpha. 




UNDERGRADUATES 




328 



CHARLES H. 
MAGEE 

New Orleans. La. 
Arfs and Sciences 
Kappa Alpha. 



JAMES 

MANIATIS 

Bryan, Tex. 

Arts and Sciences 

Pre-Medlcal Society. 



JANE 
MARRIOTT 

Chicago, III. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Omicron PI; 

Newman Club; Intra- 

murals; Sociology 

Club. 



A. MICHAEL 
MAHER 

Houston, Tgx. 

Arts and Sciences 
Pi Kappa Alpha. 



MERCEDES E. 
MARAIST 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Delfa Zcta; New 

Club. 



MICKEY 
MARSH 

New York Cify 
Engineering 



HOWARD 
MAIBACH 
New York. N. Y. 
Arts and Sciences 
Zeta Befa Tau; NROTC. 



FLUER 
MARCOUX 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta; 
JAMBALAYA: Canter- 
bury Club. 



BOB 
MARSTON 

New Orleans, La. 
Engineering 
Alpha Chi Sigma. 



LOUIS E. 
MAILHES 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
NROTC. 



HARVEY L. 
MARCOUX, JR. 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Alpha Tau Omega. 



CLARENCE J. 
MARTIN 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
PI Kappa Alpha; Fenc- 
ing Club. 



MICHEL G. 
MAILHES 

New Orleans, La. 
Commerce. 



GEORGE M. 
MARKEY, JR. 
New Orleans. La. 
Arts and Sciences 
NROTC; Sigma Pi,- Taff- 
rail Club. 



DORA 
MARTIN 

New Orleans, 
Newcomb 

Alpha Omicron PI; As- 
sets; JAMBALAYA; 
Campus Niqht; Lag- 
niappes. 



La. 



DOROTHY 
MANESS 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Delta Pi; 

"fcrtulia. 



NANCY JANE 
MARLER 

Cleveland. Tenn. 
Newcomb 
Chi Omega. 



ANDREW T. 
MARTINEZ 
New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
NROTC; Delta Kappa 
Epsilon. 




.'^.^ -^ 




Expecting A Hurricane? 



RAY P. 

MARTINEZ 

New Orleans. La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Pi; Band Vice- 
President; Band; New- 
man Club. 



MERLE 
MAUMUS 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Phi Mu: Dance Club; 

Newman Club. 



SUE 
MAYNARD 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Beta Sigma Omicron; 

Festival Choir; Glee 

Club; Newman Club. 



DAVID 
MASUR 

Monroe, La. 
Commerce 
Zeta Beta Tau. 



DINK 
MAXWELL 

Dallas, Tex. 

Arts and Sciences 

Phi Delta Theta. 



M. ANDREW 

MAYS 

New Orleans. La. 

Arts and Sciences 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

President 1948-49. 



JOYCE 

MATHES 

New Orleans. La. 

Newcomb 

Phi Mu; Dance Club. 



CHARLES J. 

MAY 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 



HARRY 
MENDELSON, JR. 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Band; Librarian 1947-48, 



Genius??? (Eason) At Work 



WALLACE E. 
MATHES, JR. 

Munford, Ala. 
Arts and Sciences 
AROTC; Scabbard and 
Blade. 



PATRICIA 
MAY 

New York, N. Y. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Epsilon Phi; Pan 

t-lellenic Council; 

French Club,- TUSK. 



HELEN 
■MESSICK 

New Orleans, La, 
Arts and Sciences 
Chi Omega; Glee 
Club; Westminster Fel- 
lowship. 



MARY 

MATLAGE 

t-louston, Tex. 
Newcomb 
Alpha Delta Pi. 



E. PAUL 
MAYEUX, JR. 

New Orleans. La. 

Engineering 

AIEE. 



JORDAN A. 
METZGER 

Woodmere, L. I. N. Y. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Alpha Mu; 
AROTC. 



CLAIRE 

MATTHEWS 

Wellington, Kas. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta; 

Glee Club. 



DONALD P. 

MAYNARD 

New Orleans, La. 

Engineering 

NROTC; Sigma Pi; 

Tatfrail Club,- ASME; 

Greenbackers. 



HOBART 
MEYER, JR. 

Pensacola, Fla. 
Arts and Sciences 
Zeta Beta Tau. 




rUDERGHADUATES 




330 



MARILYN 




DIANE 


ELIZABETH ANN 


GERTRUDE M. 


WILLIAM McL. 


PAUL F. 


MEYER 




MICHAEL 


MICHAELS 


MIDDLETON 


MIDDLETON 


MIELLY, JR. 


Shreveport, La 




Paducah, Ky. 


Chicago, III. 


Hammond, La. 


New Orleans, La. 


New Orleans, La. 


Newcomb 




Newcomb 


Newcomb 


Newcomb 


Engineering 


Arts and Sciences 


Alpha Epsllon 


Phi. 


Alpha Epsilon Phi. 


Festival Choir; Glee 
Club; Operetta; West- 
minster Fellowship; Ra- 
dio Workshop; Univer- 
sity Theatre; TUSK. 


Alpha Omicron Pi; As- 
sets. 


Kappa Sigma; ASME. 


AROTC; Delta Sigma 
Phi. 


JOHN E. 




DAHLGREN 


RICHARD M. 


SAUL A. 


C. G. 


ELISE 


MILLER 




MILLER 


MILLS 


MINTZ 


MITCHELL, JR. 


MITCHELL 


Hardy, Ark. 




New Orleans, La. 


New Orleans. La. 


New Orleans. La. 


Birmingham, Ala. 


Burlington, Iowa 


Arts and Sciences 


Newcomb 


Commerce 


Engineering 


Commerce 


Newcomb 






Chi Omeqa; Intramur- 


Baptist Student Union. 


ZBT; JAMBALAYA; 


AROTC; Scabbard and 


Glee Club; Newman 






als. 




TUSK. 


Blade; Baptist Student 
Union. 


Club. 


CAROLYN 


JEAN 


WARREN A. 


HAROLD C. 


ERWIN 


FRANK J. 


A. E. 


MITZ 




MIX 


MOKE 


MONASTERSKY 


MONTELEONE, JR. 


MONTGOMERY, JR. 


Houston, Tex. 




New Orleans. La. 


New Orleans, La, 


New Orleans. La. 


New Orleans, La. 


Monroe, La. 


Newcomb 




Arts and Sciences 


Engineering 


Arts and Sciences 


Engineering 


Commerce 


JAMBALAYA. 




Delta Sigma Phi; Glee 
Club; JAMBALAYA: In- 
terfaith Council; West- 
minster Fellowship; 
Glendy Burke; Pan Hel- 
lenic; Campus Night; 
Int. Relations Club; 
Chairman Easter Sunrise 
Service. 


AlofChE. 


Sigma Alpha Mu; A 
Cappella Choir; Festi- 
val Choir; Glee Club; 
Hillel; Int. Zionist Fed. 
of Am; Campus Night. 


Alpha Chi Sigma; 
AlofChE. 


Beta Theta Pi. 




A. O. 
MONTZ 

Lions, La. 
Engineering 



EMMA 
MORPHY 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 
Alpha Delta Pi. 



Man From 



BRENDA 
MOORE 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Kappa Gamma; 

Art Club; La Tertulia. 



MORRIS S. 
STEWART. JR. 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



JOHN B. 
MOORE 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Arts and Sciences 



JOHN G. 
MORRISON 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
AROTC; Beta Theta Pi. 



JAMES J. 


DONALD 


STAN 


MULLEN 


MULLER 


MULLER 


New Orleans, La. 


New Orleans, la. 


New Orleans, La 


Engineering 


Commerce 


Engineering 


AIEE. 


Delta Sigma Phi; Alpha 
Phi Omega; Westmin- 
ster Fellowship. 





Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star 



NANCY K. 
MOORE 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi. 



LUCIEN K. 
iMOSS 

Lake Charles. La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Beta Theta Pi; Secretary 
Treasurer Junior Class. 



AMELIA R. 
MUNSON 
Napoleonville, La. 
Newcomb 

Pi Phi; Glee Club; Can- 
terbury Club. 



ARTHUR 
MORGAN 

Ellisville, tvliss. 
Arts and Sciences 



BETTINA E. 
MUELLING 

Gulfport, Miss. 
Newcomb 
Chi Omega; 
Club. 



LORRAINE I. 
MURPHY 
Bloomfield, N. J. 
Newcomb 



GILBERT 
MORGAN 

Maplewood, N. ^ 
Engineering 
AROTC; Pi K A. 



V. JOYCE 

MULBERG 

Key West, Fla. 

Newcomb 

Hillel Foundation; Int. 

Zionist Fed. of Am. 



GEORGE M. 
MURRELL 

New Orleans, La. 
Engineering 
Beta Theta Pi. 




UIVDEHGHADUATES 




332 



MADELINE 


A. CHARLES 


YOLANDA 


RICHARD M. 




EMILE H. 


DONALD U 


OCCHIPINTI 


OCCHIPINTI 


OCAMPO 


NUNNALLY 




NOTT 


NORES 


New Orleans, La. 


New Orleans. La. 


New Orleans, La. 


New Orleans, La, 




New Orleans, La. 


Tampa, Fla. 


Newcomb 


Engineering 


Newcomb 


Arts and Sciences 




Newcomb 


Engineering 






Baptist Student Union. 


Phi Delta Theta; C 
terbury Club; Lagnl 
pes. 


an- 
ap- 


Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; 
Intramurals. 


Sigma Pi. 



JOHN 
NICKINOVICH 

Seattle. Wash. 
Commerce 



GEORGE D. 
NELSON, JR. 

Daphne, Ala. 

Commerce 

AROTC; Sigma Chi; 

Hullabaloo. 



NICK C. 
NICHOLS 

Pasadena, Tex. 
Arts and Sciences 
Alpha Tau Omega. 



PAUL 

NAQUIN 

Napoleonville, La 
Engineering 
Sigma Pi; AIEE. 



ELINOR 

NEWSTADT 

Shreveport, La, 

Newcomb 

Alpha Epsilon Phi. 



ARTHUR J. 
NAQUIN 

New Orleans, La. 

Commerce 

ATO. 



RANDY 
NEWMAN 

New Orleans, La. 

Commerce 

Kappa Alpha; NROTC. 



CATHERINE 
NAEF 

Jackson, Miss, 
Newcomb 

B50; JAMBALAYA; Pan 
Hellenic; Wesley Foun- 
dation; University The- 
atre. 



ALEX 
NEWMAN 

Reynosa, Temps, Mexico 
Arts and Sciences 
Hillel Foundation; Int. 
Zionist Fed. of Am. 



JOYCE 
MYERS 

Birmingham, Ala. 



Newcomb 
Alpha Delta Pi. 



MILLIE 

NESBITT 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Kappa Gamma; 

Art Club; Newman 

Club; Int. Relations 

Club. 



BOB 

MUSSNUG 
Floral Parle, N. Y. 
Arts and Sciences 
NROTC; Canterbury 
Club; Taffrail Club. 




Too Much Millc Brings About a Situation Lilce This 



CHARLES B. 
O'CONNELL 
Pensacola. Fla. 
University College 
Delta Sigma Phr. 



M. BEN 
OSSI 

Jacksonville, Fla. 
Arts and Sciences 
Band. 



GEORGE J. 
PALMER. JR. 
New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Kappa Sigma; NROTC. 



EDWIN M. 
O'CONNOR. Ill 
Dallas, Tex. 
Arts and Sciences 
Kappa Sigma; Vice- 
President Sophomore 
Class. 



PATRICIA NAN 

O'SULLIVAN 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta; 

Canterbury Club. 



ANNA RITA 
PANDISCIO 
Fitchburg, Mass. 

Newcomb 
Sociology Club. 



BENJAMIN 
OKEL 

Montgomery, Ala. 
Arts and Sciences 
Phi Kappa Sigma; 
NROTC; Taffrail Club; 
Deutches Verein. 



WILLODEAN 
PACKWOOD 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Art Club; TUSK; Chan- 

ning Club. 



FRANCISCO 
PAREDES, JR. 
Honduras, C. A. 
Arts and Sciences 




ANN 
OLIVIER 

New Orleans, L 
Newcomb 
Newman Club. 



ANNE WEIL 

PAKE 

Mobile, Ala. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Epsilon Phi. 



J. R. DUSTY 

PARKER 

Houston. Tex. 

Engineering 

NROTC; Delta 

Phi ; JAMBALAYA; 

AIEE; Newman Club; 

Taffrail Club. 



Sigma 



Bremmerman: Hey Sam. How Ya' Feel? 



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CHARLES D, 
OLIVIER 

New Orleans, La. 

Engineering 

ASK4E. 



JOSEPH P. 
PALERMO 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Delta Sigma Phi. 



LEONARD F. 
PARKER 
Pensacola, Fla, 
Commerce 
AROTC; ZBT. 



MILTON R, 
ORKIN 

Danbury, Conn. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Alpha Mu; 
AROTC. 



EMILY F. 
PALMER 
Mobile, Ala. 
Newcomb 

Phi Mu; Athletic Coun- 
cil; Canterbury Club; 
Swimming Club. 

PATRICIA 

PARKER 

San Antonio. Tex. 

Newcomb 

Phi Mu; Wesley Foun- 
dation, 



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UNDERGRADUATES 




334 



JANE M. 


VERNON L. 


LEANDRO 


JAMES KARON 


FRANK H. 


MARY E. 


PARKHOUSE 


PARRISH 


PASOS 


PATRICK 


PATTERSON, JR. 


PATTON 


New Orleans, La. 


Monahans. Tex. 


Managud. Nicaragua 


Camden, Ark. 


New Orleans, La. 


Whitehaven, Tenn 


Newcomb 


Engineering 


Arts and Sciences 


Arts and Sciences 


Commerce 


Newcomb 


Chi Omega; A Cappel- 


NROTC; Taffrail Club. 


Newman Club; Radio 


Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 


NROTC; Baptist Stu- 


Alpha Omicron P 


\a Choir; Canterbury 




Club. 


Pan Hellenic. 


dent Union; Taffrail 


Intramurals. 


Club. 








Club. 




BETTY 


ISABEL 


ASHTON J. 


RALPH 


PARKS B. 


RICHARD G. 


PAUL 


PEAL 


PECQUET 


PEDERSON 


PEDRICK, JR. 


PEET 


Shreveport, La. 


Webb, Miss. 


New Orleans, La. 


Culver, Ind. 

Arts and Sciences 


New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Engineering 


Newcomb 


Newcomb 


Engineers 




KA; Math. Club. 




Pi Beta Phi. 


Alpha Epsilon Phi; 
Freshman Honor Board 
Representative 47-48; 
House Council, 48-49; 
Dance Club; La Tertu- 
lia; Greenbackers. 


AlofChE. 








ANITA 


ELDON D. 


MORTON M. 


CORNELIUS C. 


EFFIE LOUISE 


J. PAUL 


PELIAS 


PENCE, JR. 


PEPPER 


PERKINS 


PERKINS 


PERRET 


New Orleans, La, 


Fort Smith. Ark. 


Denver. Colo. 


Dayton, Ohio 


Dayton, Ohio 


New Orleans, La. 


Newcomb 


Arts and Sciences 


Arts and Sciences 


Engineering 


Newcomb 


Arts and Sciences 




Kappa Sigma Vice- 


NROTC; Zeta Beta Tau. 


PiKA; AIEE; Taffrail 


Alpha Delta Pi; TUSK. 






President Sophomore 




Club. 








Class 48-49; Campus 












Night; Deutches 












Verein; Phi Ba Sigma. 












And None Are Barracudas 



Quite An Array of Lads and Lassies 



NINETTE 


BEVERLY 


CARL 




DONALD C. 


CAROLYN 


ROBERT A. 


PERRILLIAT 


PERRIN 


PERRY 




PETTEPHER 


PETTIS 


PEYROUX 


New Orleans, La. 


New Orleans, La. 


Yonkers, N. Y. 




New Orleans, La. 


Baton Rouge, La. 


New Orleans. La. 


Newcomb 


Arts and Sciences 


Commerce. 




Engineering 


Newcomb 


Commerce 


Kappa Kappa Gamma; 


NROTC; Alpha Tau 






NROTC. 


Kappa Kappa Gamma; 


Kappa Sigma; Campus 


La Tertulia; Newman 


Omega. 








A Cappella Choir; 


Night. 


Club; TUSK. 










Glee Club; Art Club; 
Canterbury Club. 




BETTY 


POLLY JEAN 


E. W. 




MYRON A. 


ANTHONY 


EDWARD T. 


PHARR 


PHELPS 


PHILLIPS. JR. 




PICKENS, JR. 


PITALA 


PITCHER 


New Orleans. La. 


Monroe, La. 


Lake Charles, La. 




Deland. Fla. 


Bay St. Louis, Miss. 


Springfield, La. 


Newcomb 


Newcomb 


Arts and Sciences 




Arts and Sciences 


Arts and Sciences. 


Arts and Sciences 


Kappa Kappa Gamma; 


Chi Omega. 


AROTC; Beta Theta 


Pi. 


Sigma Chi. 




Sigma Chi; NROTC. 


Canterbury Club; 














Intramural Sports. 














McKEE 


EDDIE 


SHEPARD 




RICHARD C. 


JACK 


KATHERINE 


PITTS 


PIXBERG 


PLEASANTS, JR. 




POLK 


PONDER 


POOLE 


Fort Smith. Ark. 


New Orleans, La. 


New Orleans, La. 




Corning, Ark. 


Dallas, Tex. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Newcomb 


Arts and Sciences 


Arts and Sciences 




Commerce 


Arts and Sciences 


Newcom b 


Pi Bela Phi; La Tertulia; 


Phi Kappa Sigma. 


Delta Kappa Epsi 


on; 


Wesley Foundation. 


Phi Kappa Sigma; Glee 


Phi Mu. 


Wesley Foundation. 




President F r e sh m 


a n 




Club; TUSK. 








Arts and Sciences 1947- 












48; Secretary Treasurer 












Sophomore Arts 


and 












Sciences 1948-49. 












UIVUEHGHADUATES 




336 



RALPH W. 
POOLE, JR. 
Norfolk, Va. 
Arts and Sciences 
Hullabaloo; TUSK. 



WILLIAM A. 
PORTER 

Valdosta, Ga. 
Commerce 
Sigma Chi. 



MARY C. 
POWER 

Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha T 

Glee Club,- TUSK. 



GEORGE H. 
PRATT 

Amarillo, Tex. 
Arts and Sciences 
Delta Sigma Phi. 



JOAN ELLEN 
PRICE 

Port Sulphur, La. 

Newcomb 

BSO; Glee Club. 



MAUREEN 
PROTHRO 

Shreveport, La. 
Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi; Dance 
Club; Westminster Fel- 
lowship. 



VIRGINIA 


LeDOUX 


THOMAS F. 


JEANNE 


RUTH ELAINE 


CHARLES K. 


PROVOST 


PROVOSTY 


pUALLS 


QUERENS 


RADIN 


RAMOND, II 


San Leandro, Calif. 


Alexandria, La. 


Burlington. N. C. 


New Orleans, La. 


Norfolk, Va. 


New Orleans. La, 


Newcomb 


Arts and Sciences 


Arts and Sciences 


Newcomb 


Newcomb. 


Arts and Sciences 


2eta Tau Alpha; La Ter- 


NROTC; DKE. 


NROTC; Baptist Stu- 


Art Club; TUSK. 




Delta Tau Delta; Alpha 


tulia; Westminster Fel- 




dent Union; Taffrail 






Phi Omega; Hullaba- 


lowship. 




Club. 






loo; Gamma Delta; 
Greenbackers; Math, 
Club; Psychology Club. 


JOHN V. 


VINCENT 


JOSEPHINE G. 


ADAIR 


DON M. 


SHERMAN F. 


RAMONEDA 


RAMONEDA 


RAMOS 


RAMSEY 


RANDOLPH 


RAPHAEL 


New Orleans, La. 


New Orleans, La. 


Patterson, La. 


Goliad. Tex. 


New Orleans, La. 


New Haven, Conn. 


Commerce 


Commerce. 


Newcomb 


Newcomb 


Arts and Sciences 


Arts and Sciences 


Delta Sigma Phi; New- 


BSO. 




Art Club. 


AROTC; PiKA, 


Band; Glendy Burke; 


man Club. 










Campus Night; Radio 
Workshop. 




1+ Looks Like Love 



HELEN 




JERRY B, 


RAPIER 




RARICK 


New Orleans 


La. 


Goshen. Ind. 


Newcomb 




Arts and Sciences 


Pi Beta Phi; 


Newman 


AROTC. 


Club; Swimm 


inq Club; 




Intramurals. 







MAY KAMMER 
REED 

New Orleans. La. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta. 



GENEVIEVE 
REINHARD 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta; 

JAMBALAYA; Newman 

Club. 



JAMAR 
REID 

Woodville. Tex. 
Arts and Sciences 
Kappa Sigma. 



W. B. 
REINHARDT 

New Orleans. La. 
Arts and Sciences 
AROTC. 



FORREST RAU 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Beta Theta Pi. 



MAY VIRGINIA 
REID 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Baptist Student Union. 



TOM 
REISING 
Evansville, Ind. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Chi. 



Seymour Seems To Have 1+ Made 



JACKIE 


WALTER C. 


RAUCH 


RAY 


New Orleans, La. 


Andalusia, Ala. 


Commerce 


Arts and Sciences 


Delta Zeta; Dance 


Phi Delta Theta. 


Club; Newman Club. 





ROBERT 
REILY 

New Orleans, 
Commerce 
Beta Theta Pi. 



HAROLD G. 

REISS 

New York, N. Y. 

Arts and Sciences 

Operetta. 



PATRICIA 
REINERTH 

New Orleans, La, 

Newcomb 

AOPi; JAt^BALAYA, 



GEORGE W. 
RENAUDIN 
New Orleans, La, 
Arts and Sciences 
AROTC; Alpha Tau 
Omega. 



EDWARD S. 
REED 

New Orleans, La. 
Commerce 
Sigma Chi. 



JOY 

REINGANUM 

Chicago. III. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Epsilon Phi; 

Tertulia. 



A. ALBERT 
RESTUM 

Allentown, Pa. 

Commerce 

AROTC. 




UJVDEHGRADUATES 




338 



SUSAN 
REYNAUD 

Lutcher, La. 
Newcomb 
PI Mu: Newman Club. 



ROBERT L. 
ROANE 

Jeanerette, La. 
Engineering 



HERBERT B. 
ROEPE 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
NROTC; Delta Tau 
Delta; Gamma Delta. 



LEO SIDNEY 
ROOS 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Zeta Beta Tau; Glee 
Club; Operetta; Pan 

Hellenic. 



LEWIS L. 
ROGERS 

Moss Point, Miss. 
Engineering 

ASME; Baptist Student 
Union. 



DIANA 
ROSAMOND 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Art Club: Newman 

Club. 



JACK R. 
ROBERTS 

New Orleans, La. 

Arts and Sciences 
Kappa Sigma; New- 
man Club; German 
Club; Lagniappes. 



BOB 
ROGERS 

Lake Charles, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Med Society. 



BETTY JEAN 
ROSEN 

Fori- Worfh, Tex. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Epsllon Phi; 

JAMBALAYA; Dance 

Club. 



RHODA MAE 

ROBINOWITZ 

Houston, Tex. 

Newcomb 

Alpha Epsllon Phi; 

Tertulla. 



MARY 
ROHRBERGER 

New Orleans. La. 

Newcomb 

Int. Relations Club. 



BEVERLY SUE 
ROSEN 

Bessemer, Ala. 
Newcomb. 



LOUIS W. 
RODRIGUE 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
NROTC; Beta Theta 
Taffrail Club; Newm 
Club; Hullaballoo. 



WILLIAM G. 
ROLAND, JR. 

VIcksburg, Miss. 
Commerce 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Vice- 
President Freshman 'A6. 



LORRA'NE E. 
ROSMAN 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb. 



NATHALIE 
ROELING 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 

BSO; Honor Board 
Representative; Fresh- 
man; La Tertulla; New- 
man Club; Green back- 
ers. 



MARION L 
ROMAINE 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 

BSO; Glee Club; Wes- 
ley Foundation; Intra- 
murals. 



CLAIRE A. 
ROUFF 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb. 



m'W^t^f- ^-'^r*A-\ - ,- * -^ ■ **SJt.5 Ast'i '/^ * ^^^IL _„ 





Fresh Fish Connotes Commerce 



MARIE H. 

ROU5SEL 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club. 



WILLIAM F. 
RUSSELL 
Paducah. Ky. 
Engineering 
AlEE. 



JOHN K. 
SAER 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Delta Kappa Epsllon. 



SEDLEY 

ROUSSEL 

New Orleans. La. 

Newcomb 

PI Beta Phi; Glee Club; 

TUSK. 



GERALD L. 

RUSSO 

New Orleans, La. 

Engineering. 



BURL R. 
SAMMONS 

Sedalia, Mo. 
Engineering 
Kappa Alpha; T, 
Society. 



WILFRED F. 
ROUX 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Kappa Sigma; Cheer- 
leaders; Green backers. 



ROBERT N. 

RYAN 

New Orleans. La. 

Arts and Sciences 

Beta Theta Pi. 



ERNEST E. 
SANDLIN 
New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Beta Theta Pi. 



Seymour Has His Bow-Tie On Again 



MICHAEL J. 

RUCK 

New Orleans, La. 

Engineering 

ASCE,- Newman Club. 



THOMAS E. 
RYAN 

New Orleans, La. 

Commerce 

USNR; Phi Delta Theta. 



MARY DURLAND 
SAPP 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Newcomb 

BSO. 



ANNETTE F. 
RUCKSTUHL 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 
Newman Club. 



DON 

ST. ONGE 

Hobe Sound, Fla. 

Arts and Sciences 

Kappa Alpha; AROTC. 



DANIEL RYAN 
SARTOR, JR. 
Alto, La. 

Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Alpha Epsllon 



MARY 
RUSH 

Meridian, Miss. 
Newcomb 

Hullabaloo; Westmin- 
ster Fellowship; Univer- 
sity Theatre. 



BARBARA ANNE 
ST. PAUL 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Kappa Gamma; 

Art Club; Newman 

Club; TUSK. 



F. M. 
SCARPITT. JR. 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 
Arts and Sciences 
Kappa Alpha, 




UIVDERGHADUATES 




340 



EDGAR LOUIS 
SCHAMBACH 

New Orleans, La. 

Engineering 

Gamma Delta; ASME. 



MARIETTA E. 

SCHLEH 



New Orleans. 
Newcomb 



JERRY 
SCHWARK 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Pi, 



BEHE 
SCHARFF 

Waco, Tex. 
Newcomb 
AEPhI; U Tertulia 



EDWARD S. 
SCHLESINGER 

Jackson Heights. N. Y. 
Arts and Sciences 
NROTC; Sigma Alpha 
Mu; JAMBALAYA,-Taff- 
rail Club. 



WILFRED A. 
SCHWARTZENBUR 



Engineering 



JANET CAROL 
SCHARFF 

Kansas City, Mo, 

Newcomb 

AEPhi: Hullabaloo: 

TUSK. 



HARRY B. 
SCHMIDT, JR. 
New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
NROTC; Campus 
night; Taffrail Club. 



CREED B. 
SCOGGINS 

Fort Worth, Tex. 
Arts and Sciences 
PiKA. 



HAROLD E. R. 
SCHERER, JR. 

New Orleans, La. 

Commerce 
PiKA. 



HENRY A. 
SCHNITTKER. JR. 

Cullman. Ala. 
Commerce. 



AUDREY 

SCOTT 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 



SUE 


ALLEN LEWIS 


SCHERER 


SCHINDLER 


New Orleans, La. 


New Orleans, La 


Newcomb 


Commerce 


Phi Mu; La Tertulia; 


Gamma Delta. 


Newman Club; French 




Club. 





GERARD H. 

SCHONEKAS. JR. 

New Orleans, La. 
Engineering 
ASME; Newman Club. 



PATRICIA 
SCOTT 

Wharton. Tex. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta; 

Glee Club; 

Canterbury Club. 



ANN 
SCHORNSTEIN 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

AEPhi; 48-49; Secretary 
Junior Class. 



FRANK R. 
SEAVEY 



Aberdeen, Miss. 

Engineering 

AIA, 




Blow It Out 



ROBERT D. 


GARDINER 


BETTY LEE 




MIMI 


RICHMOND F. 


ROGER 


SEAY 


SEBRALLA 


SEFF 




SEGALL 


SHARBROUGH 


SHARP ^ 


Mayfield. Ky. 


Memphis. Tenn. 


Alexandria, La. 




New Orleans. La. 


Holly Bluff, Miss. 


New Orleans 


Engineering 


Commerce 


Newcomb 




Commerce 


Arts and Sciences 


Commerce 


Kappa Sigma. 


Beta Theta Pi. 


AEPhi; Beta Beta 


Beta. 




SAE. 


DKE. 



DONALD P. 
SHAW 

Managua, Nicaragua 
Arts and Sciences 
ATO; Swimming Team. 



CHARLOTTE 
SHOAF 

Covington, Tenn. 
Newcomb 

ACPI; Athletic Coun- 
cil; Dormitory Council; 
La Tertulia. 



DICK 
SHEFFIELD 

Kirbyvllle, Tex. 
Arts and Sciences 



BERT 
SHRINE, JR. 

Miami, Fla. 
Engineering 

PiKA; NROTC; West- 
minster Fellowship: 
Taffrail Club. 



JULIAN M. 
SHERROWSE, JR. 

New Orleans, La, 
DKE. 



ANN E. 
SHUMATE 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb. 



The Honey Dreamers 



GEORGE 
SHIBLEY, JR. 

BIythville. Ark. 
Arts and Sciences 
TUSK. 



LOUIS E. 
SIGUR 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Phi Delta Theta. 



JOSEPH W. 
SHIELDS. JR. 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Chi, 



JACQUELINE 
SILIN 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 

Canterbury Club; Fes- 
tival Choir; Glee Club; 
JAMSALAYA. 



SIMON SKIPPY 

SHLENKER. Ill 

New Orleans, La. 
Commerce 
Zeta Beta Tau. 



DARATHY JEAN 
SIMONS 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 
Sociology Club. 




LNDEHGHADUATES 




342 



THOMAS S. 
SIMS 

Cen+Grvllle, Miss. 
Commerce 
Wesley Foundation. 



GEORGE 
SLADOVICH, III 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Alpha Phi Omeq 
Glendy Burke. 



MELLICENT 
SMITHERMAN 

Shreveport. La. 

Chi Omega; La Tertu- 

Newcomb 

lla. 



HARLAN W. 
SINDELL 

Miami Beach, Fla. 
Arts and Sciences 
AROTC; Sigma Alpha 
Mu; Pre-Med Society; 
Hillel. 



GOBBY GLENN 
SMITH 

Shreveport, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
PiKA; Canterbury Club. 



SYDNEY 
SMITHERS 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

BSO; Glee Club; Ore- 

ades; Newman Club. 



FLORENCE 
SINIAWSKY 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Hillel; Int. Zionist Fed. 

of Am. 



SUSIE 
SMITH 
Dallas. Tex. 
Newcomb 

Vice-President Junior 
Class; Assets; Kappa 
Alpha Theta; Athletic 
Council; La Tertulia; 
Areades. 



FRANK E. 
SMOLRN 

Unionville, Conn. 
Arts and Sciences 
Phi Kappa Sigma, 



THOMAS EARL 
SISSON 

Birmingham, Aia, 
Arts and Sciences 
Alpha Phi Omega; Bap- 
tist Student Union. 



c. o. 

SMITH, JR. 
New Orleans. 
Engineering 
AIEE. 



JAMES M. 
SNEDIGAR 
Miami Beach. Fla. 
Commerce 

PiKA; Secretarv Treas- 
urer Sophomore Class 
1947. 



IRVIN A. 
SKIBELL 

Greenville, Tex. 
Arts and Sciences 
Sigma Alpha Mu; 
Hillel. 



G. DREUX 
SMITH 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences. 



MURDOCK 
SMELLING 

Gulfport, Miss. 
Engineering 
DKE; ASCE. 



NORMAN C. 
SLADE 

Margarita, Canal Zone 
Arts and Sciences 



LOUIS DAVID 

SMITH 

New Orleans. La. 

Arts and Sciences 

Wesley Foundation. 



BLANCHE 
SNOWDEN 

Baton Rouqe. La. 
Newcomb 

AOPi; Westminster Fel- 
lowship. 




Tulane's Fastest Five 



EVELYN 
SOCOLA 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

AOPi; Newman Club. 



JAMES E. 
SPRINKLE 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences. 



BERTHA JEAN 
STEIN 

Newcomb 
AEPhi. 
Greenville. Miss. 



ROBERT i. 
SONFIELD 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Zeta Beta Tau. 



iMARIANNE 
SPRINKLE 

Marion, Va. 

Newcomb 

Zeta Tau Alpha; 

YWCA; Westminster 

Fellowship. 



MARY JOE 
STERNBERG 

Gulfport, Miss, 

Newcomb 

Glee Club; Operetta; 

Art Club; Newman 



MARY LOU 
SOUDAIN 

New Orleans. La, 

Newcomb 

A Cappella Choir; 

Glee Club. 



WALTFR G. 
SQUIRES, JR. 

Ocala, Fla. 

Arts and Sciences. 



BRUCE A. 
STEVENSON 

New Orleans. La. 

Engineering 

Sigma Pi; Honor Board 

Member 1948. 



Pfeffelle Went To the Homecoming Dance, Did You? 



CHARLES C. 
SPENCE 

Ellisville, Miss. 
Arts and Sciences 
Newman Club. 



ROBERT 
STARKS 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Arts and Sciences 
Phi Delta Theta; 
AROTC: TUSK. 



DAN 
STEWART 

Mlnden, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
NROTC; Alpha Tau 
Omega; A Cappella 
Choir; Festival; Choir; 
Glee Club. 



JOCEIYN H. 
SPITZ 

Glencoe, III. 

Newcomb 

AEPhi; Green bac leers; 

Swimming Club. 



STANLEY 
STARR 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Commerce 
Zeta Beta Tau. 



JOHN A. 
STEWART 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Gamma Delta. 



PATSYEARL 
SPRING 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 
BSO; YWCA. 



JACK FROST 

STEELE 

Monroe. La. 

Commerce 

AROTC; Beta Theta Pi. 



FRANK J. 
STICH, JR. 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Phi Delta Theta; Vice- 
President Freshman 
Class; President Junior 
Class; Pan Hellenic 
Council; Lagniappes; 
TUSK. 




LNDEHGHADUATES 




344 



EFFIE 
STOCKTON 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Pi Beta Phi; Newman 

Club; Swimming Club; 

Intramurals. 



CAROLYN Z. 
STROUPE 



La. 



New Orleans 

Newcomb 

Zeta Tau Alpha 

TUSK. 



MRS. DOROTHY A. 
SWARTWOUT 

Waco, Tex. 

Newcomb 

ADPi. 



BETTIE 
STONER 

Greenwood. Miss. 

Newcomb 

Phi Mu; Dormitory 

Council; La Tertulia; 

Baptist Student Union; 

Greenbackers, 



JAMES L 
STULB JR. 

New Orleans, La. 
Commerce 
Kdppa Alpha. 



CLAY E. 

TALBOT 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Pan Hellenic Council; 
Phi Kappa Sigma; 
Greenbackers. 



MARY HELEN 
STRAUSBAUGH 

Atlanta, Ga. 
Newcomb 
Alpha Delta Pi. 



DOUGLAS A. 
STUTSMAN 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
SAE. 



FLORA 
TALMAGE 

New Orleans, La, 
Newcomb 

Chi Omega; Glee 
Club; Operetta; Dance 
Club; Westminster Fel- 
lowship; Lagniappes. 



SAM 
STRAUSS, JR. 

Little Rock, Ark. 
Commerce 
ZBT; AROTC. 



GEORGE J. 
SULLIVAN 

New Orleans. La. 

Engineering 

ASCE. 



RICHARD P. 
TAYLOR 

New Orleans. La. 

Commerce 

Wesley Poundation. 



ROBERT E. 
STREECK 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Wesley Foundation; 
tramurals; Track. 



MILTON A. 
SURLES 

Lakeland. Fla. 
Arts and Sciences. 



BALLARD W. 
TEBO 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
NROTC; Kappa Alpha; 
Taffrail Club; Physics 
Club. 



ANNE BAILEY 
STRINGER 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

AOPi; Orcades; JAM- 

BALAYA. 



LUCIUS F, 
SUTHON 

New Orleans, La, 
Arts and Sciences 
Kappa Alpha. 



ROBERT E. 
THOMPSON 

McComb, Miss. 
Arts and Sciences 
Kappa Sigma; Band; 
Radio Club; TUSK. 




Hurry, Hurry, Step Right Up 



KITTY 
THORNTON 

Boyce, La. 
Newcomb 
Alpha Delta Pi. 



BETTY RAY 
TRELFORD 

Houston, Tex, 

Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta; 

Glee Club; JAMBA- 

LAYA; Canterbury 

Club. 



JULES J. 

TUREAUD 

New Orleans, La. 
Engineering. 



KAY 
THREEFOOT 

Memphis. Tenn. 
Newcomb 
Alpha Epsilon; 
Dance Club. 



LOUIS PHILIP 
TRENT 

Jackson, Mich, 
Arts and Sciences. 



CLYDE T. 
TURNER 
Greenwood, Miss. 
Engineering 

K Sigma; ASCE; JAM- 
BALAYA; Taffrail Club; 
Campus Night: Lag- 
niappes; TUSK; Taff- 
rail Log. 



BARBARA ANN 
TO POL 

Greenville. tsHiss. 

Newcomb 

AEPhi; La Tertulia. 



JUDITH 

TUBB 

West Point, Miss. 

Newcomb 

Phi Mu. 



AUGUST A. 
VAN, JR. 

New Orleans. La 

Commerce. 



John L. Lewis Will Hear About This 



TISH 
TORIAN 

Goliad, Tex. 
Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta; 
Glee Club; Westmin- 
ster Fellowship. 

WILLIAM T. 
TUCKFR 

McComb, Miss. 
Engineering 

Vice-President Sopho- 
more Engineering Class 
48-47. 



EDDIE 

VAN AMERONGEN 

Amsterdam, Nether- 

lands 

Phi Kappa Sigma; T. 

Arch. Society; Glee 

Club; Newman Club. 



CHRIS 
TRAICOFF 

Mariana, Ark. 
Graduate 

Chi Omega. 



LEONARD 
TUNIS 

New York, N. Y. 
Arts and Sciences 
Zeta Beta Tau; Glee 
Club. 



M. DREUX 
VAN HORN, II 
Pass Christian. Miss. 
Arts and Sciences. 



HAROLD H. 

TRELEAVEN 

New Orleans, La. 

Commerce 

SAE. 



JEAN 
TURBEVILLE 

Dallas, Tex. 
Newcomb 

Glee CJub; A Cappel- 
la Choir; Greenback- 
ers; Baptist Student 
Union. 



LOUIS J. 
VERGNE 

Orocouis. Puerto RJco 
Arts and Sciences 
Alpha Phi Omega; 
JAMBALAYA; Newman 
Club; Int. Relations 
Club: TUSK; Pre-Med 
Society. 




UIVDEHGRADUATES 







346 



WAYNE 
VINCENT 

Lake Charles, La. 

Commerce 

SAE. 



JO 

VON EHREN 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Alplia Delta Pi; TUSK. 



NATALIE LOUISE 
WALDAUER 

Greenville. Miss. 
Newcomb. 



FERDINANDO F. 
VIZZL 

Tampa. Fla. 

Arts and Sciences. 



LOUIS C. 
VREELAND 

New Orleans. La. 
Arts and Sciences 
ATO; Glendy Burke; 
Greenbackers. 



CLARE FRANCES 
WALKER 

Jacksonville. Fla. 

Newcomb 

AEPhl. 



JACKIE 
VIZZINI 

New Orleans, La, 
Newcomb 

Alpha Delta Pi; Cheer- 
leaders; Greenbackers. 



HOWARD M. 
WADE 

El Dorado, Ark. 
Arts and Sciences. 



GENEVIEVE 
WALKER 
Alexandria, La. 
Newcomb 
Chi Omeqa. 



HARVEY M. 
VLAHO 

Arts and Sciences. 



WALTER J. 
WADLINGTON. 

Biloxi, Miss. 

Arts and Sciences 

Sigma Chi. 



JR. 



JACKIE 
WALKER 

Monroe, La, 
Newcomb 
Chi Omeqa. 



STEPHEN 
VOELKER, JR. 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Kappa Alpha. 



L. FRED 
WAGNER. JR. 

New Orleans, La. 
Engineering 

PiKA; Wesley Founda- 
tion; University The- 
atre. 



MARY M. 
WALKER 

New Orleans, La. 
Newcomb 
AOPi; TUSK. 



W. M. 
VOGT, JR. 
New Orleans, La. 
Engineering 
AROTC. 



RICHARD M. 
WAGNER 

Pass Christian, Miss. 

Commerce 

NROTC; Taffrail Club. 



GENE 
WALLACE 

Tallulah, La. 

Arts and Sciences 

SAE; Band. 




What the Hell Is the 27 For? 



ERNEST C. 
WALLEY 

New Orleans, La 

Commerce 

AROTC. 



GROVE MARIE 
WATSON 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta; 

Westminster Fellow- 

ship; Intramurals. 

CONNIE 
WEIL. JR. 

Alexandria, La. 
Commerce 
AROTC; Zeta Beta 
Tau. 



RICHARD M. 
WAMBSGANS 
New Orleans, La. 
Engineering 
Phi Delta Theta. 



PHILIP B. 
WATSON, JR. 
St. Joseph, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
NROTC; SAE; Canter- 
bury Club. 



JOHN G. 
WEINMANN 
New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
NROTC; DKE; Secre- 
tary Treasurer Arts and 
Sciences Student Body 
48-49; ODK; Who's 
Who; JAMBALAYA; 
Canterbury Club; 
Glendy Burke; Taffrail 
Club; Lagniappes. 



JAMES W. 
WARD 

Shreveport, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
AROTC; Phi Delta 
Theta. 

WALTER R. 
WATSON 

New Orleans, La. 
Engineering 
Alpha Chi Sigma. 



MAX 
WEINSTEIN 

Charleston, Miss. 
Commerce 
Zeta Beta Tau. 



The Catalogues Are Inside 



JANE K. 

WARE 

New Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Chi Omega; Assets; 

Swimming Club. 

DOUGLAS S. 

WAITERS. JR. 

New Orleans, La. 

Commerce 

Phi Delta Theta. 



C. HERBERT 
WEISER 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences. 



HARTWELL 
WATKINS 

Aberdeen, Miss. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Glee Club. 

ROBERT 
WEIHRAUCH 

Worcester, Mass. 
Arts and Sciences 
AROTC; Zeta Beta 
Tau. 



WILLIAM C. 
WEISSBORN 



La. 



New Orleans, 

Commerce. 

Sigma Alpha Epsllon. 



BARBARA 

WATSON 

Now Orleans, La. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Alpha Theta; 

Westminster Fellowship. 

FLORENCE 
WEIL 

Montgomery, Ala. 
Newcomb 
AEPhi; Hillel. 



SAMUEL G. 
WELLBORN 

New Orleans. La. 
Engineering 




UNDERGRADUATES 




348 



JUNE WARREN 
WELLS 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Newcomb 
Chi Omega. 



ROBERT M. 
WELLS 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
AROTC; Sigma Chi; 
Vice-President Freshman 
Class 47-48: Pre-Med. 
Society; Basketball. 



PATRICIA 
WELTON 

Moorcfield. W. Va. 
Newcomb 

BSO: YWCA; Westmin- 
ster Fellowship; TUSK. 



BUD 


DOROTHY ANN 


MILTON L. 


WHITNEY 


WILD 


WILLIAMS 


Maywood, III. 


Memphis, Tenn. 


Memphis, Tenn. 


Commerce. 


Newcomb 


Arts and Sciences 




Zeta Tau Alpha; New- 


Kappa Alpha. 




man Club. 





BETTY JEAN 
WEST 

Macon. Ga. 
Newcomb 
BSO; Baptist 
Union; TUSK, 



ROYSTON 
WESTMARK 

Pensacola, Fla. 
Arts and Sciences. 



c. w. 

WESTON, JR. 

New Orleans, La. 
Engineering 
Sigma Chi. 



CARL 


JOAN R. 


MARJORIE 


NANCY H. 


MARY WARD 


VIOLET MARIE 


WHITE 


WHITE 


WHITE 


WHITE 


WHITEHEAD 


WHITEHEAD 


New Orleans, La. 


Little Rock, Ark. 


El Dorado. Ark 


Pensacola. Fla. 


Windna. Miss. 


Memphis. Tenn. 


Commerce 


Newcomb 


Newcomb 


Newcomb 


Newcomb 


Newcomb 


Delta Tau Delta. 


Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; 


Zeta Tau Alpha; West- 


Delta Zeta. 


Chi Omega; Westmin- 


Pi Beta Phi; Dance 




Dance Club; Canter- 


minster Fellowship. 




ster Fellowship. 


Club; Lagniappes; Op- 




bury Club. 








eretta. 



PATRICIA 
WILLIAMS 

Dallas, Tex. 

Newcomb 

Kappa Kappa Gamma; 

Glee Club; Operetta; 

JAMBALAYA; We s t- 

minster Fellowship. 



MARY M. 
WILLIAMSON 

Pine Apple, Ala. 

Pi Beta Phi; Campus 

Night; Greenbackers; 

Lagniappes. 



FERNAND F. 
WILLOZ, III 

New Orleans, Li 

Engineering 
NROTC; DTD; 
Taffrail Club. 




Typical? 



CHARLES 






JAMES CLARK 


WILSON 






WILSON, JR. 


Neosho, Mo. 






Gulfport, Miss. 


Arts and Scie 


ices 




Arts and Sciences 


DKE; Pre-Med 


Soc 


lety; 


SAE. 


Westminster Fellow 


ship; 




Greenbackers. 








JESSEF 






JOEL 


WOLFE 






WOLFE 


New Orleans, 


La. 




New Orleans, La. 


Commerce. 






Newcomb 



HERBERT B. 
WREN 

Texarkana, Ark, 
Arts and Sciences 
Kappa Sigma; Presi- 
dent Sophomore Arts 
and Sciences 48-49; 
Pre-Med Society; Wes- 
ley Foundation; Green- 
backers. 



Pi Beta Phi; Canterbury 
Club; Intramurals; 
Swimming Club. 



ALLEN 
WRIGHT 

Abilene, Tex. 
Arts and Sciences 
SAE; Deutches Verein; 

Westminster Fellowship. 



RICHARD W. 
WILSON 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
Phi Delta Theta; Can- 
terbury Club. 



GEORGE O. 
WOODS 

New Orleans, La. 
Commerce. 



JOHN 
WRIGHT 

Pocahontas. Ark. 
Arts and Sciences 
Wesley Foundation. 



Typical? 



GEORGE R. 
WI.MBISH 

Monroe, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
PKA; APO; T. Arch So- 
ciety. 



MARILYN 
WOODWARD 

Picayune, Miss. 

Newcomb 

ADPi; A Cappella 

Choir; Glee Club; 

Opera; Operetta; 

YWCA. 

JAMES E. 
WYNNE 

New Orleans, La. 
Arts and Sciences 
SAE-Band. 



STANLEY R. 
WLEKLINSKI 

East Chicago, Ind. 

Commerce 

AROTC. 



WILLIAM H. 
WOODWARD 

Lake Charles, La. 
Engineering 
Gargoyle; AIA. 



ROBERT D. 
WYNNE 

Engineering 
SAE. 



TANYA M. 
WOHL 

Tampa. Fla. 
Newcomb 

AEPhi; French Club. 



CAROL P. 
WOOLWINE 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Newcomb. 



HARRY F. 

YOFFEE 

Jax, Fla. 

Arts and Sciences 

SAM; Hillel. 




HARVEY R. 


BERT 






JOHN R. 


PETER A. 




SHIRLEY BEN 


HERBERT W. 


YOUNG 


YOUNG 




YOUNG 


YOUNG, 


JR. 


YOUNG YOUNGBLOOD 


ZEFFERT 


Springfield. Mass. 


New Orl 


cans. La. 




Ponchatoula, 


La. Engineering 




Monterrey, N. L., Mex. Wesson, Miss. 


Brooklyn. N. Y. 


Arts and Sciences 


Arts and 


Sciences 




Engineering 


ASME, 




Newcomb Arts and Sciences 


Engineering 


Pred-Med; Hillel. 


Delta Ta 


u Delta. 




Kappa Signna; T, Arch, 




Kappa Kappa Gamma. ATO. 


KN; ASME: Pan Hel 










Society. 








lenic Council. 


BOB 




ROBERT 


E. 




FLORA MAE 




MARTHA ANITA FAY 


WILLIAM Z. 


ZELENY 




ibI/MANN 




ZIEGLER 




ZILBERMANN ZINN 


ZISI 


New Orleans, L 


a. 


New Orle 


ans. 


La. 


New Orleans, La. 




New Orleans. La. Galveston, Tex. 


Boston, Mass. 


Engineering 




Arts and ' 


Sciences 


Newcomb 




Newcomb Newcomb 


Arts and Sciences 






Phi Delta 


Theta; Laq- 


La Tertulia." Oreades; 




AEPhi. AEPhi. 


PiKA. 






niappes. 






YWCA; Gamma Delta; 
Math Club: TUSK. 









UIVDEHGHADUATES 



Kappa SIg Wolf vs. the Baylor Bear 



Chaucer Most "Certainly" Is the Best 




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cessories — Tires & Tubes — Tire Repairing — 
Washing — Greasing — Work Guaranteed 



7329 Freret St., Corner Lowerline Walnut 8504 



STYLISH SHOES FOR 
COLLEGE GIRLS & YOUNG MEN 

'teen-age by 

Buster Brown 

Jarmin & 

Pedwin 

HAASE'S SHOE STORE 

81 19-2! Oak St. 



JAUBERT BROTHERS. INC. 

THE HOME OF JUST BETTER 
SHIRTS 



All Cotton Goods 



200 Magazine St. 



Mag. 3995 



HENRY KRAAK 



FLORIST 



1425 ELEONORE STREET 



UP I !<: 



When Others Wouldn't 

Phone Temple 5505 


DAVIS-WOOD 

LUMBER COMPANY, Inc. 

NEW ORLEANS, U. S. A. 


1620 Airline Highway 



E. A. MclLHENNY 

AVERY ISLAND, LOUISIANA 
Grower of "Plants for the South" 

Specialist in Camellias, Bambco and Landscape Plants. 
Available: Rare Camellia Book Translation of: 

MONOGRAPH OF THE GENUS CAMELLIA 

By the Abbe Berlese 

and 

Nouvelle Iconographie Des Camellia 

By Verschaffelt 

The Tour Through "Jungle Gardens" is Educational 
in Itself 

Open from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. 



AUTO PAINTING 
AND REPAIRING CO., INC. 

Boyle and Oustalet 

24-Hour Gas and Wrecker Service 

1725 Dufossat St. — Between Dryados and 
Danneel 

Ja. 4801 



Established 1904 



EmileM. Bahst 
Company 

MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATIONS 
Heating — Industrial Piping — Plumbing 

1050 Camp Street 
RAymond 3324 RAymond 3325 



DIBERT BANCROFT 
AND ROSS CO.. LTD. 

SO YEARS IN BUSINESS IN 
NEW ORLEANS 

SUGAR MILL MACHINERY 
DREDGE BOAT MACHINERY 

STEEL CASTINGS FOR RAILROADS AND 

MARINE WORK 
STEEL, BRASS, AND IRON FOUNDRIES 



ROBINSON LUMBER CO. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

EXPORT LUMBER 

Pine and Hondouran Mahogany 
We Ship to All Parts of the World 



photography unlimited 

730 gravier st 
phone canal 4283 

call us for pictures at 

dinners 
parties 
dances 
weddings 



GULF 
COAL AND COKE CO. 



COAL 



COKE 



FUEL OILS 



Ma. 1455 



P.O. Box 1086 



GEO. B. MATTHEWS 
AND SONS, INC. 

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA 
Manufacturers of 

High Grade Horse and Mule, Dairy, 
Poultry Feed and Mashes 



ADLER'S 



New Orleans' Finest Jewelers 



USE QUALITY 

UNION COFFEE 

IT'S BETTER 
EXTRA FLAVOR IN EVERY CUP 

MERCHANT COFFEE COMPANY 

OF NEW ORLEANS 

B. C. CASANAS, President 
GEO. E. FLETTRICH, Secretary-Treasurer 



CANDIES 
Supplied the Cafeteria by 

PURITY-REISS CANDY 
COMPANY 

Since 1859 



M. D. KOSTMAYER 



GENERAL INSURANCE 



709 UNITED FRUIT BUILDING 



Raymond 6151 



COLLEGE RINGS 

SORORITY PINS 

FRATERNITY KEYS 

SPECIAL DESIGNS CREATED 

BERNARD & GRUNNING 

"Better Jewelry" 

146 Baronne Street 



SERVING BUSINESS INDUSTRIES 
SINCE 1904! 

Commercial Stationery — Office Furniture — Files 

and Filing Supplies — Printing — Lithographing — 

Engraving — A. B. Dick Mimeographs and A. B. 

Dick Supplies 

"Everything for your Office" 

DAMERON-PIERSON CO.. LTD. 

RAymond 1204 
400 Camp Street New Orleans 



^ W N O E 










THE JAMES A. NOE STATION 










"MUTUAL BROADCASTING SYSTEM" 










50.000 Watts Day 5,000 Watts 


Night 






Studi 


OS — St. Charles Hotel James E. Gordon, General Manager 








1060 on Your Dial Ra. 0423 









THE ORIGINAL 


P. 


J 


McMAHON & SONS. 
INC. 

Gal 2141 




4800 Canal Street near cemeteries 




Not 


affiliated with any other Funeral Home of 
similar name 

Jim McMahon, President 
Bert McMahon, Vice-President 



Phone CA 3619 fWA 2277 

Napoleon Avenue Wharf ^ight Phones- WA II95-W 

[WA 6I0I-J 



Phone UP 1820 



THOS. W. HOOLEY 
& SONS 

Machine and Boiler Works 
Marine Work a Specialty 



5. J. CHEATHAM 
UP 0876-J 

1026-36 Tchoupitoulas Street 
NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



TROPICAL PRESS 

OFFSET— COMMERCIAL PRINTER 

Canal 1294 510 Camp Street 

NEW ORLEANS 12, LA. 



EDDIE SCHNEIDER 



N. E. ROSS 



DEVOE & RAYNOLDS 
CO., INC. 

The First American Paint Maker 

Established 1754 



Paints — Varnishes — Brushes — Wallpaper 
ART MATERIALS 



Raymond 7295 
329 Baronne St. New Orleans 12, La. 



Ma 3477— Ra 6985 



Ch 4792 



CLIFF PROBST 

AUCTIONEER-REALTOR 



427 Carondelet St. 



N. O. 12, La. 





• 


To"wn 


Clotkes . . . 


• • 


. Country Clotkes 


Town 


and Country 




1432 St. Charles Ave. 




• 



O'SHAUGHNESSY 
SERVICE, INC. 



4 — Texaco Service Stations — 4 
40 — Bowling Lanes — 40 



101 Airline Highway 

LESSONS BY APPOINTMENT 
Temple 5577 



Laboratory Apparatus 
and Reagent 



Chemica 



• ••• 



I. L um & CO., 



Limited 



Established 1866 NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



MAJORS MEDICAL 
BOOKSTORES 

Three stores to serve you with any 
medical book in print. 

Subscriptions solicited for all medical 
periodicals in the English language. 

A full line of books is carried in stock 
at all times so that immediate delivery 
can be made. 



J. A. MAJORS CO. 



New Orleans 12 



Dallas I 



Ailan+a 3 



TULANE AND 
NEWCOMB STUDENTS 

For a lot of fun for a little money go to 
the Penny Arcade at 620 Canal Street 
next to the Tudor and Globe Theatres. 
hHere you can have your photograph 
taken automatically for 15c or for 25c 
you can make a recording of your voice 
delivered in an envelope ready for mail- 
ing. 



THE PENNY ARCADE 



620 Canal Street 



COMFORTAIR COMPANY 

AIR CONDITIONING— HEATING 
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS 



9 I 3 Magazine St. 



Phone CAnal 9733 



Browns 
fKX. CREAM ^ 






DELICIOUS 

and 

NUTRITIOUS 

FOOD 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



UNITED FRUIT COMPANY 



^ friend ot the UlniverAitu 



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COMMERCIAL RECEIVERS 



TRANSMITTERS 



SOUND EQUIPMENT 



A. C. DENNY RADIO 



SALES— SERVICE 



CA 6109 



510-512 St. Charles St. 



New Orleans, La. 



EASTMAN KODAK 
STORES 

Incorporated 

EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC 

A Complete Line of Photographic 
Merchandise and Accessories 



928 Canal St. 



New Orleans, Louisiana 



"LADDERS OF ALL TYPES FOR 
ALL PURPOSES" 

• 
Complete Stocks 

BALDWIN SUPPLY CO. 



519 South Peters Street 



CAnal 9713 



E. W. MARKS COMPANY 

WA 4122 7300 PRYTANIA STREET 

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA 

SANITATION SUPPLIES FOR HOTELS 
INDUSTRIAL PLANTS, HOSPITALS, ETC. 

DISTRIBUTORS OF 

FRANKLIN RESEARCH COMPANY 

(Wax, Rubber Gloss Cleaner, Floor Seals, Etc.) 

COLGATE-PALMOLIVE-PEET COMPANY 

{Bulk Soap Powder, Package & Bar Soap and Liquid 
Hand Soap) 




WHOLE-PRESERVED 

Louisiana 

STRAWBERRIES 

"The Best You Ever Tasted' 



"It Pays To Play" 

FORMERLY "DUNLAP'S" 
Specialists in all types of athletic equipment 

138 Carondelet St. MAgnolia 5891 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



FREEPORT SULPHUR CO. 

(Producers of Crude Sulphur) 



NEW ORLEANS 



PORT SULPHUR 



THE LOUBAT 
GLASSWARE & CORK CO. 



Established 1875 



Cooking and Serving Equipment and Supplies for 

Bars, Hotels, Restaurants, Cafeterias, Clubs, 

Hospitals and Institutions. 



510-520 Bienville Street 

NEW ORLEANS 



Ma 2811 



A. J. COLFRY 
ART TERRAZZO CO. 

TERRAZZO FLOORS, VESTIBULES, 
WAINSCOTING AND STAIRS 

NEW ORLEANS 12, LA. 

"When Better Terrazzo Is Installed, We Will 
Install It" 



INVEST YOUR SAVINGS 

AND EARN 

A GOOD DIVIDEND 




I TV 

MASSN.^ 



LET US FINANCE 
THE PURCHASE 
OF YOUR HOME 



GEORGE STAHLER, President 



A Savings Institution Since 1893 

OFFICE 
344 Baronne Street 
NEW ORLEANS JOSEPH MIRANNE, Sec.-Treas., Mgr. 



R. 


P. FARNSWDRTH 




& 


cn„ INC. 

• . 




Kjenerat y^onttaclor 






• 


NEW ORLEANS 


HOUSTON 



STAUSS AND HAAS 

Incorporated 



514 CAMP STREET 



SELLING QUALITY TOOLS 
FOR 

OVER 42 YEARS 



SJ-aitn and ^ntearltu 

The Pan-American Life Insurance Company was 
founded on the above and is dedicated to the 
principles that safety to our policyowners and 
service to our agents comes first — 

Knowing that Life Insurance is based on human 
needs and problems we offer 66 policy plans, 
substandard insurance and flexible underwriting 
all backed by a career contract for career men — 

"Largest Legal Reserve Life Insurance Company 
in Louisiana" 

"Over 350 Million of Insurance in Force" 

For Information Contact 

B. B. MACFARLANE 

Supervisor for Louisiana 
I 102 Whitney BIdg. 

PANAMERICAN LIFE 
INSURANCE CO. 

NEW ORLEANS U. S. A. 

CRAWFORD H. ELLIS, President 
EDWARD G. SIMMONS, Executive Vice-President 




EASY TO MAKE! 

You'd be surprised how wonperfuU, 
easy it is — and how in- 
expensive — to make fur- 
niture for your own 
home ... to build 
shelves ... or to do your 
own repair jobs. 

DIXIE LUMBER COMPANY sfocks lumber and 
plywood for every need, in many species of 
woods and in various sizes and thicknesses. 

Call on us — we will be glad to help you with 
the details. 

DIXIE 

LUIVIBER COMPANY 

8201 FIG STREET 
(I block off Carrollton Ave. Walnut 9500 



As Always . . . 

for fine feminine apparel 



quA.Mcu|&i. 
CO t LIMITED 



In Every Firmament One Star is always Brighter than all the Rest. 
In the Camera and Photographic Business in New Orleans 

HarCam 

Phvtv Supply Shvp 

21 S BAR^NNE ST,..NEVyVRLEANS 

Owned and Operated by 

HAR FILMS, INC. 

600 BARONNE STREET 
New Orleans 

RELIGIOUS FILMS 
Movies — Sound Machines — Film — Film Production — Film Library 



FOR BEST ENGINE PERFORMANCE 

AND 

ECONOMICAL OPERATION 

USE 

AUTO-LITE RESISTOR SPARK PLUGS 

PLUS 

SHALER RISLONE 

AND 

KARBOUT 

"When you buy the Genuine remember where you bought it" 



A. S. Aloe Company 

"The World's Largest Surgical Supply House" 



The One Stop Source of Supply for the Physician, 
Hospital and Clinical Laboratory 



New Orleans Branch 

CA 7741-42-43-44 1425 TULANE AVENUE 




Loveliness and smartness . . . that's the keynote of M.B.'s 
Junior Shop . . . where clothes have been selected and 
confirmed for their fashion-rightness by the pretty coeds 
of Newcomb. 

The leading fashion center in New Orleans for style-con- 
scious young women . . . season after season . . . 
Shop the JUNIOR SHOP, Second Floor, 

MAISON BLANCHE! 



Maison B 



lANCHE 



GREATEST STORE SOUTH 







Samuel F. Zemurry Memorial Athletic Dormitory 



University 5496 
New Orleans Office 



4-5795 

Baton Rouge Office 



PERRILLIAT-RICKEY CONSTRUCTION CO., Inc. 



Kueneral X^ontractord 



1530 S. Rendon Street 
NEW ORLEANS. LA. 



1045 Choctaw Road 
BATON ROUGE, LA. 



DRINK 



^Ot AL CROlf^ 



COLA 

Best by tas+e-test 



ACOUSTICS & SPECIALTIES COMPANY 

718 Hibernia Bank BIdg. 

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA 
ACOUSTICAL CORRECTION - OFFICE NOISE REDUCTION 

with 

ACOUSTI-CELOTEX 



C. A. SPORL AND COMPANY 



INCORPORATED 



ALL KINDS o/ INSURANCE 

WHITNEY BUILDING CANAL 534! 



KINGSKRAFT COVERS 

MANUFACTURED BY 

KINGSPORT PRESS, INC 

KINGSPORT, TENNESSEE 



A SMART NAME TO REMEMBER 




THEY WEAR . . . 
AND WEAR . . . 
AND WEAR . . . 




NEW ORLEANS' MOST COMPLETE 
DEPARTMENT STORE 



201 Baronne Street 



Raymond 96 I I 



VICTORY 
ELECTRIC WORKS 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
AND CONTRACTING 



Phones Galvez I 182-1183 



315 N. Broad Street 



NEW ORLEANS 19, LA. 



YOU LIKE IT 




KEEP YOUR CROWD TOGETHER 



RIDE 



TECHE GREYHOUND LINES 

Offers convenient service daily to practically 
every section of the United States at astonish- 
ingly low prices. 

ATTRACTIVE RATES FOR 
CHARTER COACHES 



TONTINE 

/ni«Tll>-iM7lillHT£0 
WKDOK SNIDI CLIIH 



COMPLETE 

WINDOW SHADE 

SERVICE 

We Measure 
We Manufacture 
We Install 
We Repaint 
We Clean 
We Repair 

VENETIAN BLINDS 

• Aluminum-Flexalum Slats 
• Steel-Acme Slats 

• Wood-Cedar or Basswood 

Free Estimates 

TONTINE 
SHADE SHOP 

Raymond 7409 
1 533 Prytania Street New Orleans, Louisiana 



STANDARD DUPLICATORS 

(No Stencil - No Gelatin - No Ink) 

STATIONERY 
LOOSE LEAF FORMS 

BUSINESS CONTROLS, INC. 

728-730 Poydras St., New Orleans, La. 
Phone Magnolia 1161 




FOR FINE 



PHOTO 
SUPPLIES 



Always a complete stock of world-famous 
cameras and equipment, yours on easy 
terms. 




^o** 320 Baronne Street 

Opposite Public Service 



GULF RADIO 



AND 



TELEVISION SCHOOL 



Since 1925 



LEARN Television 
Radio Electronics 



OPERATING COURSES: 

Marine — Broadcasting — ( AM-FM-Televislon) — Air- 
lines — Police 



SERVICING COURSES: 

Television Receivers — Home Radios (AM and FM) 
Auto Radios — Ship to Shore — Public Address Sys- 
tems — Communication Receivers — Marine Equipment 

Approved For Veteran Training 



Call-MAgnolia-3435 

137 CARONDELET ST. 



OFFICE 
EQUIPMENT BUREAU 

Office, Bank, Library and 
School Equipment 

614 Gravier Street 
NEW ORLEANS 12, LA. 



ASBESTONE 
CORPORATION 

Manufacturers of 

ASBESTOS CEMENT 
ROOFING & SIDING 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 




WE ARE JUST A MATTER OF HOURS FROM 
YOU 

ACCURACY 

All orders are carefully checked before ship- 
ment. 

PROMPTNESS 

Express, mail, truck and train speed our de- 
livery to you shortly after the order is re- 
ceived. 

FAIR DEALING 

Our Policy — To serve the pharmacists of 
Louisiana economically, fairly and to pro- 
mote ideas that will build business for you. 

McKESSON & ROBBINS, Incorporated 

NEW ORLEANS DIVISION 
New Orleans 7, La. Phone RAymond 2101 



I PLACE 



U0 




CktUtiaH Ibht 



Exclusive with Holmes 



ORIGINALS 



MEU ORmNS 




ALL TULANE & NEUtOMB 

GO TO 



OLD SOUTHPORT 



Corner Mon+icello Ave., 



and Oak St. 



WISHES SUCCESS 



TO THE 



1949 FOOTBALL TEAM 



rl> 




ERBERT 



ILLER 



Since 1919 

FIRE FIGHTING HEADQUARTERS 



52 I Gravier St. 



New Orleans 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

AUGUST GALLO 4109 Eden St. 

CASAMENTO'S RESTAURANT . 7 1 30 Freret St. 
CHARLIE'S RESTAURANT . .4510 Dryades St. 




. . . where good things need not be expensive, 
and inexpensive things have to be good. 



SodcSiouxV 



110 YEARS OF FINE APPAREL FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN 



Greetings to the Jambalaya From 

TABASCO 

The Sauce Supreme 

Not only the s+andard of fine seasoning lfiroughou+ the 
world for more than seven+y-five years, but ono of the open 
secrets of master chefs! 

There are countless uses for TABASCO in every day 
dishes, but use it with discrimination — a few diops to make 
food tantalizing; a generous amount to make food hot. 

Summertime means Barbecue Time! For that extra some- 
thing in your barbecue sauce, try TABASCO — once tried, 
always used! 

Manufactured by 

MclLHENNY COMPANY 

AVERY ISLAND, LOUISIANA 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



STAUFFER 
ESHLEMAN & CO., LTD. 

WHOLESALE HARDWARE 
IMPORTERS and EXPORTERS 



Phone MA 5621 



5 1 I Canal Street 



New Orleans 



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NEW 


311 BARONNE STREET 
ORLEANS 12, LOUISIANA 








SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES 






ARROW SHIRTS 


JARMAN 


SHOES 



^^-^O^oing on i% 



...then GO BY BUS 




Travel Southern Trailways for an economical 
and pleasant vacation trip. 



SOUTHERN 



Call any Trailways 



TRAILWAYS P„rltn"°^''"" 



Dine and Dance in the town's most 
up-to-date Ballroom 

Truly an ideal place for fraternity and 
sorority groups to gather 

PHONE KE 3741 
to plan your party 

JIM'S PLAZA CLUB 

On the Airline Highway 10 Minutes 
From Tulane and Carrollton Ave. 




FOR LOVELY FLOWERS ALWAYS 


FRESH 




E. A. FARLEY 








FLORIST 








Two Locations; 








GENTILLY TERRACE NURSERY 






3333 e 


entilly Blvd. 


Fr. 


4194 




ROOSEVELT HOTEL FLOWER SHOP 




Lobby 


Roosevelt Hotel 


RA 


5949 



BLUE & BLACK LINE PRINTS 

PHOTOSTAT PRINTS 

KEURFEL & ESSER DRAWING MATERIALS 
SLIDE RULES DRAWING SETS SUPPLIES 

NEW ORLEANS BLUE PRINT & 
SUPPLY CO., INC. 

824 Union Street RA 4196 



BUSINESS AND INSTITUTIONAL FURNITURE 
& EQUIPMENT OF EVERY TYPE 

LIBRARY FURNITURE & SHELVING 

SHAW WALKER STEEL DESKS AND FILES 

STOW-DAVIS EXECUTIVE DESKS & CHAIRS 

DoMORE POSTURE CHAIRS 

PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT 

GYMNASIUM EQUIPMENT 

LABORATORY FIXTURES 

INDOOR AND OUTDOOR SEATING 

H. C. PARKER. INC. 

NEW ORLEANS, U.S.A. 



SELON CORPORATION 



818 CARONDELET 



NEW ORLEANS 



Ma fegnbigb erfe 

2_( DENDINGER, INcI^OWNER 1-^ 



The Departnnent Store of 
Building Materials 

121 South Clalbourne Ave., 
Phone: Raymond 1363 



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Benson PRinnnG 
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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 



C^narcLved bu 

SHREUEPORT CnGRflUinG 



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SHREVEPDRT, LOUISIANA